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Jennifer Hill


The multi-talented Jennifer K. Hill is focused on giving everyone access to his or her own greatness while having an extraordinary life with a career they love. Between her hugely successful legal staffing agency, JHill’s Staffing Services, and her first book, Stop Hoping... Start Hunting! A Job Seeker's Guide to Finding A Dream Job, Jennifer K. Hill has helped tens of thousands of people land their ideal jobs.

Jennifer K. Hill has spent over a decade as a speaker, corporate trainer, blogger, radio and television personality, recruiter, and career expert. She has appeared on Good Day LA, KTLA, CTV, CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and BBC News as an expert in the field of recruiting and job hunting, in addition to being a featured speaker for the Association of Legal Administrators, UCLA, PIHRA, LAPA, IMC, Kaiser and Paul Hastings. She was also an unexpected guest on CONAN:

Jennifer K. Hill and her family have made Southern California their home since 2004.

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Brandon Maslan


Brandon Maslan is an inspiring executive coach, paid speaker, board member and corporate trainer. He has collaborated, partnered and coached hundreds of executives in the advancement of their careers, getting on to Boards and the overall expansion of their professional brands. His primary focus is on developing current and future leaders to be their most powerful selves and establishing their executive presence to effectuate positive change. In addition, he has done trainings for thousands of people on a variety of topics around career and personal development. His expertise extends to helping companies build world class cultures where all employees thrive.

He is also the Founder of BAM Leadership Coaching, which focuses on helping individuals rise in their careers and navigate around roadblocks that may occur whether they be internal or external. Through a belief that “life begins at the end of our comfort zone” BAM allows people to push onwards and upwards to be their strongest and most authentic selves. In addition, it helps develop the next generation of rising star leaders in organizations while closely coaching and collaborating with the VP/C-Suite around developing strong culture and collaborative summits.

For the last 6 years he worked as an Executive Advisor and Corporate Training Specialist at Advancing Women Executives (AWE). AWE's mission is to increase the number of women in senior management and on boards to improve the overall global economy and create lasting social impact. Through AWE, Brandon actively engaged with executive women, male allies and their companies to improve business by promoting women and those that advocate for them. The work Brandon does now is the culmination of his career. He has always been a passionate advocate for others, utilizing his voice to create positive change. He sees the best in others while empowering them to see the best in themselves and those around them.

Brandon is a recovering attorney and former recruiter who lives with his wife in beautiful Oakland, California along with their daughter - yet another reason he is proud to be a male ally, anti-bully and Feminist. He earned his coaching credentials from the Co-Active Training Institute and his Law Degree from University of Maryland School of Law.

Show Time: 
Tuesday 11:00AM - 11:59AM
Show Description: 

Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan will utilize their years of helping people get the jobs they want to provide practical tips on how to rise to new heights in your career. They will discuss real life issues that people have faced when navigating the path to finding their dream jobs.They will also have guests from a variety of industries who will provide expert tips around getting hired, obtaining promotions and many other insights around the keys to having a long and successful career in the industry of your choice. 

Show Archives

October 2021


Show Title: Common Career Questions: Bonus Episode

Brandon Maslan answers commonly asked career questions from individuals at all stages of their careers. He provides insights on questions such as how to ask for a raise and/or promotion to how to get your resume recognized by recruiters. His insights included the importance of building your network, being clear on what you don't want in your next career step, and how to answer the question of why you are looking for a job. 


Title: Combatting Burnout

Talk less and listen more. First and foremost listen to yourself and what your body is telling you even if your mind is trying to push you harder. This was one of many powerful insights by  Elizabeth Rosenberg, Founder of the appropriately named, Good Advice Company, who joined Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan to share her good advice.  She shared that after winding up in the hospital she finally got healthy and started listening to herself. We so often put too much pressure on ourselves and the best thing for our careers is to take it easy so we can go harder later. Finally, she shared a great tip for starting meetings by asking others to check in on a scale of 1-5 on how they are doing mentally today and then adjusting your approach to meet them where they are. Be sure to check in with yourself on that same scale and if needed share with others where you are. 


Title of Show: Communication

Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan discussed the importance of clear, authentic, and concise communication in one's career. When you are excited and passionate it is easier to elicit that same reaction in a listener. Be sure to ask questions about how a person is doing on that day and what matters most to them. We all have the ability to better understand one another, we just have to be willing to be authentic. In seeking to be understood you should always seek to first understand. 

September 2021


Title: Command your destiny

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill interview world renowned celebrity vocal coach, Arthur Samuel Joseph, about his Vocal Awareness work. Arthur shares the importance of creating a "Persona Statement," which encompasses how you believe you are currently perceived, as well as how you want to be known.

He walks Brandon through an exercise called a "Conscious Loving Breath (CLB)" and the phrase "I am an extraordinary human." Arthur emphasizes the importance of being one's Self in all situations in life, and explains these tools are access to that.

Arthur also touches on another Vocal Awareness principle, "Loving and Letting Go." Arthur and Jennifer discuss the importance of telling yourself "I love you" in the mirror every day.

Arthur’s education- a combined major of music, philosophy and psychology has served as the foundation for his now 57+ plus years of teaching and coaching. With the creation of the Vocal Awareness® proprietary teaching method, Arthur has worked with thousands of actors, singers, politicians, broadcasters, business leaders, multi-national corporations, and countless others who have all recognized the significance of Empowerment Through Voice.


Title: Impostor Syndrome

Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan delved into why Impostor Syndrome is linked to one's success. When your doubt is the loudest it can show up in interviews and in fact, often results in you not putting yourself up for promotions or raises. By naming the ways you sabotage yourself, you are able to stop it. This can be done by reaching out to others for support and discovering how you help them. At the end of the day, you are ready for the job before you think you are ready. Be confident about what you bring and be excited about it, then talk about that in interviews internally and externally. Then you will conquer your impostor! 


Show title: 7 steps to six figures


Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill speak with award-winning digital marketer and Founder of the Executive Edge program, Johnny Walker. In the episode he shares 7-steps to six figure success. 

Johnny suggests that it is important to choose your boss, rather than waiting to be chosen. From there, he focuses on messaging/pitching as well as distribution (ie. LinkedIn/Hiring Managers/Networking). 

Johnny offers helpful tips on how to negotiate job offers as well as raises, and how to harness the power of the "Buyer's Journey." 

Finally, he advocates to know your outcome before you start the interview. Be clear on how you want it to go. 


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August 2021


Title Of The Show: Accountability 

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer Hill were joined by Stephan Stubbins who is a transformative coach and whose background includes being on Broadway and co-creating a theatre company called Transcendence Theatre. He shared his inspiring takes on emotional intelligence and self-regulation to achieve one's goal of getting THE job of their dreams. He discussed the importance of seeking out the right environment. One of his mantras is that which I am seeking is also seeking me. What do Curious George and Albert Einstein have in common? Well, an insatiable curiosity of course. His suggestion in interviews was to get curious about the interviewer and find out what their passions are as a way to foster immediate connection and value. Tips on the regulation of yourself to achieve your goals were blocking time, creating a list of intentions that are ranked from most important to the least, and finding the tools that work for you. Finally, he recommended having an accountability partner as well as a great coach, which are all too often one and the same!

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Show title: Appreciation at Work

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill speak with best-selling author, speaker and thought-leader Dr. Paul White about how appreciation can make us better employees and managers. 

Dr. White emphasizes the importances of pausing and listening, as well as understanding what a person's preferred method is for being appreciated {i.e. Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Acts/Services, Gifts (not including bonus or salary), Physical Touch (such as a high five)}. 

He suggests that the best way to appreciate someone is by using their name and appreciating them for something specific (if they prefer words of affirmation), and we honor not just what people do at work, but also what they do outside of work. 

One of the most important things that Dr. White says to do when we are spending time with others via Zoom or in person is to make eye contact, smile, address them by name and to connect in a meaningful way that has the other person feel seen, heard and known.


Title of Show: Self-awareness 

Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan discussed the vitalness of self-awareness in landing your dream job, keeping it, and being the best you can be in your career and your life. They shared that the more you look within the more you become aware of your impact on others. Those who seek to put others down often lack self-awareness and blame others for their shortcomings. To succeed in a career, being aware of how you impact others and constantly growing to be the best version of yourself is key. Remember if you fail today, you can recover, learn, and you will win tomorrow! 

If you're being hard on yourself Jennifer suggested beginning your day with this meditation reminder to have more self-compassion and then you can have the impact you seek to have.


Show title: Self Awareness: EQ=Employability  

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill kick off a month-long series on Emotional Intelligence by discussing how self awareness=employability. Hill mentions the Drama Triangle and how one way to become self aware is through being accountable. 

They offer tools for bringing EQ to the interview process by clearly communicating what one's needs and expectations are. Hill also shares how to use "proactive confrontation" to see if someone is able to receive what you are about to share with them. 

Maslan suggests that we have to let go of who we were to become who we want to be.

July 2021


Title: The Future of Work: Agility, Communication and Leadership


Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill speak with futurist and best-selling author, Alexandra Levit, about the future of work. Alex shares that the leader of the future will need to be someone who is agile and that the old hierarchical strategy is becoming extinct. She also discusses that a mature attitude and a willingness to be vulnerable is critical for the leaders of the future. 


She explains that what matters to Generation Z and Millennials is going to differ from that of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers. She goes on to say that the more stagnant companies and leaders will not survive in this new frontier. 


The future of work, Alex says, is going to require continuous learning and curiosity. She suggests that the hybrid workforce, with employees being able to spend part of their time working from home and part of their time working in the office, will be the way of the future.


Alexandra Levit is the founder and CEO of Inspiration at Work, a woman-owned consulting business with the goal of preparing organizations and their employees to be competitive and marketable in the future business world. A former nationally syndicated columnist for the Wall Street Journal and writer for the New York Times, Fast Company, and Forbes, Alexandra has authored several books, including the international bestseller They Don’t Teach Corporate in College and Humanity Works: Merging People and Technologies for the Workforce of the Future.


Alexandra recently received a certificate in strategic foresight from the University of Houston. She consults and writes on leadership development, human resources, technology adoption, entrepreneurship, innovation, career and workplace trends on behalf of numerous Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Canon, Deloitte, DeVry University, Intuit, SilkRoad, and Staples, and has spoken on these topics at hundreds of organizations around the world including Abbott, ADP, Bank of America, Cardinal Health, Campbell Soup, Exelon, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Human Capital Institute, McDonalds, Microsoft, PepsiCo, the Society of Human Resource Management, and Whirlpool.

In the last several years, Alexandra has conducted proprietary research on the future of work, technology adoption, the millennial generation, gender differences and bias, and the skills gap. She also served as a member of Business Roundtable’s Springboard Project, which advised the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of Defense on current employment issues.

Alexandra is also a frequent national media spokesperson and is regularly featured in outlets including USA Today, National Public Radio, CNN, ABC News, CNBC, Forbes, the Associated Press, and Glamour. She was named an American Management Association Top Leader for two years in a row and has also been Money Magazine’s Online Career Expert of the Year and the author of one of Forbes’ best websites for women.

 A member of the Northwestern University Council of 100 and the Young Entrepreneur Council, Alexandra received the prestigious Emerging Leader Award from her alma mater. The award honors a Northwestern graduate under 35 who had made a significant impact in her field and in society. She was also named to the Thinkers50's Radar Class of 2019. This global organization identifies the individuals developing the most compelling business and management ideas of our age. She resides in Chicago, IL.


Title: Flow - Why it matters and how to get it

Kelly Ceynowa, Learning and Development Expert, Career Growth Coach,
and all-around inspiring human joined Jennifer and Brandon on this
week's show. She shared her tips on how we can get unstuck and into
the flow of our lives and careers. When we are in our flow others want
to be in it with us. She suggested engaging in real conversations with
our friends, colleagues, and employees where we talk about true
emotions. Every morning start your day by making a list of
professional and personal actions you will take that day. Don't be
afraid to fall short, as we are all having some fear these days but
fear can lead to anger. Finally, you are not alone, and be sure to find
accountability partners to help you get to your next level.

Feel free to email Kelly for more insights at


Show title: Insecurity: Silencing the Inner Critic 

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill explore the idea of self-worth and how to silence our inner critic. Maslan offers a technique for exploring and embracing one's super powers.

Hill suggests using positive affirmations to pivot from self-doubt to confidence. They offer tools for being able to ace an interview, as well as how to gain the promotion or salary increase that one is seeking.

They also emphasize the importance of understanding "why" you want something, and how to value what you bring to your career.


Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan discuss what makes a toxic environment and offer tips for coping with them. They discuss various types of toxic personalities and how shifting one’s stance or perspective can shift the perceived toxicity.

Hill emphasizes that creating healthy boundaries is the key to enduring a toxic environment or individual. 

Maslan explains that the more you build yourself up the less likely you are to be broken down by those who might seek to cause harm. 

Ultimately, it is important to know that even environments that may feel detrimental to our egos can still serve a purpose of confidence building, the key is to leave before they can do any permanent damage. 

To quote Nelson Mandella, “You are the captain of your fate."

June 2021


Be Desirable, By Being You
Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan were joined this week by, Daniel Lafleur, EVP/GMM, Head Merchant at Calvin Klein a PVH Company. She is the ultimate team captain and all-around player, who gets people on the court and lets them shine. She shares "Give people feedback with the true goal of helping them and they will receive whatever you tell them."

Jennifer talked about bringing conscious awareness to your work and life. She emphasizes the importance of finding your own unique way to help people. They also discuss when it is a good time to use "I" and when it is important to use "We" or "Our."

One take-away from the show is to be the most desirable version of yourself, which is the most authentic version of yourself and the most in service to others.


Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill explore how authenticity is the easiest and best way to create greater, as well as longer lasting success personally and professionally. They focus on ways to discover your authentic self and how to show up consistently as that person and professional. Hill shares that going through challenges that may test us, can also be an access to discovering who we really are and where our strengths lie. They emphasize that our struggles help us become better versions of ourselves.


Storytelling Tips From A Hollywood Screenwriter
Brandon Maslan and Jennifer Hill were joined by Hollywood screenwriter, master storyteller, and story creation consultant, Justin Sternberg. He shared that every story should have 4 beats; who you were, the inciting incident, path to success, and who you are now. The key to a great story is writing and speaking of what you feel rather than what you experienced. You must understand the point of the story you are telling so that the listener can as well. Rather than telling an interviewer, you are creative you should tell a story about how you acted creatively in the past.


Leaping towards your destiny

Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan interview best-selling author, Aliénor Salmon, about her new book "Finding Rhythm." She shares about the journey that inspired her to leave her dream job at the UN to dance throughout Latin America. Aliénor also discusses how to increase confidence and embrace the power of self expression in one's career. She encourages us to explore why  we often feel ashamed to be ourselves and suggests that each of us asks ourselves the following question:"If you could do ANYTHING without worry of time or money, what would you do?"

May 2021


Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill explore the idea of confidence and how we can harness our inner superhero before any interview or important meeting. They discuss how having confidence is the key to rising in your career and having a positive impact. Maslan shares tips from Amy Cuddy's book "Presence," and Hill shares exercises from celebrity vocal coach, Arthur Samuel Joseph. Maslan and Hill also explore how our environment directly impacts our confidence or lack thereof.


The Future of Job Hunting 

Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan speak with COO of, Bill Klehm, about the future of job hunting. Klehm emphasizes that it is important for job seekers to have a plan. Klehm also suggests that entrepreneurship can be building your own brand within a company. He mentions that we all want to be respected and valued, and it is a company's job to be socially responsible and create an environment where people want to come to work and stay.


Should I stay or should I go now?

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill spoke with Jennifer Kohl, Executive Director of Integrated Media at VMLY&R, about how to stay in a job and continue to thrive in the same company or when it is time to leave. She compared it to making a great cake where you are, finding the ingredients within an organization to create the best career possible. Here is the key, if people are positively valued then they will stay and if they add positive value they will rise. Having a purpose and helping others find theirs is key as well. Finally, have a check-in list with people with whom you haven't connected within a while, you never know what insights they can give and how you can help them. 


Dear Chairwoman - The Keys To Getting On A Board
Brandon and Jennifer were joined by Rika Nakazawa, author of "Dear Chairwoman: Letters From Today's Trailblazing Women Board Leaders To The Fearless Directors of Tomorrow", who talked about the ways more women can get onto Corporate Boards. She talked about the importance of knowing your brand, having the confidence to share it, and finally knowing the right people to help. She talked about her brilliant book and key takeaways from it. They also covered the importance of being clear on why you want to join a Board, how Non-Profit Board seats can lead to For-Profit Board Seats, and the power of just saying yes.


Do's and Don'ts of Working with Recruiters

In this episode, co-hosts Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill offer suggestions regarding how to be effective when working with agency and in-house recruiters. They discuss the do's and dont's of working with recruiters. They mention that it is important always to listen to the recruiter and to communicate clearly what you are looking for, as well as to clarify expectations with your recruiter. They also emphasize to be accountable and reliable throughout the process. One of the most valuable things that a job seeker can do to create a successful and harmonious relationship with their recruiters is to find ways to help recruiters find the right candidate, and when you do, they will help you find the right job. Everything is about harmony!

April 2021


Tips From a Tech Recruiter
Founder of Fabric Staffing, Rory Bebbington, joins Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill to offer advice on how to best work with a recruiter and how to break into the tech industry. Rory also offers suggestions for learning technology. He emphasizes that the key to success in an interview is great listening and being 100% honest.


Your Genuine Worth is Priceless

Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan speak with leading thought leader on money consciousness and author of "Love Money, Money Loves You," Sarah McCrum. She focuses on pivoting to your worth, and discusses tips for negotiating. She emphasizes that the place to start when connecting to increasing one's prosperity begins with you. Sarah also offers tips on negotiating, and explains that genuine value is what is most important.


Organized Hustle 
Show hosts Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill are joined by best-selling author, Jeffrey Gitomer. Gitomer shares tips from his latest book based on principles from Napoleon Hill, including utilizing concentration and imagination to make one's dreams come true. He also emphasizes the importance of "organized hustle" and how he plans his day the night before to be sure he never misses a beat. Gitomer shares the secret to success in interviewing is to focus on where you can make an impact.

Jeffrey Gitomer is the author of 15 best-selling books. He’s a creative, on-the-edge, writer and speaker whose expertise on sales, customer loyalty, and personal development is world renowned. Known for presentations, seminars, and keynote addresses that are funny, insightful, in your face, real world, off the wall, and on the money.
Given exclusive access to the archives of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, his most recent book is called Truthful Living: The First Writings of Napoleon Hill. It is the very foundation of Napoleon Hill’s self-help legacy: his long-lost original notes, letters, and lectures—now compiled, edited, and annotated for the modern reader.
Jeffrey gives his audience information they can take out in the street one minute after the seminar is over and turn it into money.
His podcast Sell or Die, with co-host Jennifer Gluckow, gets over 100,000 downloads a month.
Jeffrey was inducted into the National Speaker Association’s Speaker Hall of Fame.

He is the King of Sales.


Trust: It is earned not given 

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill were joined by best-selling author and Chief Human Resources Officer, Paul Falcone. They discuss the idea of trust and how to earn it, and utilize it to build a lasting and successful career. Paul discusses how to earn good references, and what to do if you have burned a bridge. Paul also shares what makes a great leader and how a person can be a great leader in business. He shares ways to deepen connections and navigate your way through the business world.

March 2021


Attitude Determines Your Career Altitude

Kristin Major, SVP of HR at Aruba (an HPE company) has gone from law firms to being an in-house legal leader to the field of HR. She joined the show to share her wisdom on all things people and how to get further in your career. She brought it all back to having the right attitude as a key to success. That attitude is one of excitement, passion for the organization, and being willing to take on the tasks you are asked to do with a positive approach and vigor. She also pointed out the importance of trust, honesty, and supporting the employee's work as well as their life as keys to a great culture. When you interview at a new company be sure to share what it is about the mission of the company that appeals to you. For a company to be truly excited about hiring you, you need to show you are excited about being hired by them. 


Building Relationships and Seeing Opportunities Not Roadblocks

Brandon and Jennifer were joined by the incredible, Robin Eletto who is the Chief People Officer at Fanatics, which is the worldwide leader in licensed sportswear, equipment, and merchandise. She shared her insights on the importance of establishing and maintaining relationships throughout your career to get hired and find new opportunities within your organization. Her approach to a joyful career is rooted in never seeing anything as a roadblock and every step along the way as an opportunity to do something new. Be sure to ask for the time of people you admire and to always be agile in your career as your agility will create a positive impact. 


Negotiation: Know Your Value and Your Company Should Too

Jennifer and Brandon were joined by the Chief People Officer of Godiva Chocolatier, Amy Zuckerman. She shared some incredible tips on how to negotiate to get the job you desire and the value you want. Ultimately, she shared a great career all comes down to passion. You should be passionate about where you work and who you work with. If you are excited then a company will be too. Negotiate for what matters most to you and discover what matters most to who you are negotiating with. Amy shared tips on getting hired, why people get fired (hint: it's never almost never a surprise), and how to get promoted as well. This is the first in a series of Chief People/Human Resource Officers interviews.


The End Is Your New Beginning: Career Transition

Jennifer and Brandon were joined by Mike Myles, a creative ally in the world of entertainment. He has worked in the entertainment industry for close to three decades most recently with CBS Interactive working on such shows as Big Brother, Amazing Race, Big Bang Theory and helping to put on The Grammys. He gave great insights on how and when to leave your job and where to go next. His suggestions were to stay curious and follow that curiosity. Let go of what no longer serves you to find something 100 times better. Finally, the action item was to discover, and write down your values while aligning the work you do to those values. 


Inventive Ways to Find your Dream Job
In this episode Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill explore lesser known methods for getting hired and discovering one's purpose. They suggest using informational interviews as a tool, along with researching new people and companies to connect with.

Hill also recommends becoming an expert in your field by writing a blog, a book or a white paper and doing so by leveraging interviews with leaders in the industry and developing meaningful connections. Maslan reminds people that it is not always the first connections that get you the job, but the two connections down the line that do.

February 2021


Perfect Pitch, it all Depends on the Audience

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill explore how to deliver the "perfect pitch" in an interview. They discuss the importance of authenticity, as well as being able to read the audience. They emphasize how important it is to practice your pitch, and to tie in your compelling personal stories to that pitch. 

Tips of the week: 

  • Practice, Practice, Practice
  • Tailor your pitch
  • Turn to hope, not fear

Tough Questions and Easy Answers: The Keys to Success in an Interview

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill conduct a mock interview with an active executive job seeker in the legal industry named Jean.

Maslan and Hill ask tough questions ranging from why Jean left her last position, to what her biggest weakness is and what the most challenging situation was that she has encountered and how she handled it.

Throughout the mock interview, Maslan and Hill offer live coaching and also incorporate feedback from questions the audience has.


Interview Tips: Rule #1 be Honest

Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan discuss how to prepare for a job interview and focus on using honesty to leave a strong impression.

Other suggestions from the episode include:

Be authentically yourself

Practice your interviews

Do your research

Dress for success

Do Amy Cuddy's power poses

Say what you are going to do next/the value you will add to the organization

Ask great questions



Getting Noticed: Resume and Cover Letter Tips 

Jennifer and Brandon discussed the importance of having a great resume and cover letter. They were joined by entertainment industry leader Chris Surette who has worked on projects ranging from The Grammys to Star Trek: Picard. He shared tips and pointers on the importance of writing a resume letter that conveys passion and expertise. 


This week they asked their audience to create a template resume that they can tailor based on whichever job they apply to specific needs. They asked their audience to look at various job descriptions online to see what kind of words and descriptions are being used for the jobs they want. Finally, Jennifer suggested applying to ten jobs, and if you get 3 responses for an interview to leave it alone but if you get 1 or none be sure to continue to tweak it and perhaps work with a professional resume writer. 

January 2021


Leveraging LinkedIn to build your Professional Brand and Get Hired

Social media strategist and expert, Maria Bereket, joins Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill to discuss social media strategies for LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. She emphasizes using LinkedIn for job hunting, since during the pandemic recruiters use LinkedIn as their primary recruiting tool and source for finding candidates. Bereket suggests using the other social media sites to network. 


Exercise/Action step from the show: Bereket recommends looking up job descriptions and utilizing those key words to incorporate into your own LinkedIn profile to capture your ideal employer's attention. 


Networking: It is still the number one way to land your dream job

Jennifer and Brandon went back to their origins from their first-ever collaboration to talk about a topic that never gets old and only grows in importance, networking. This is perhaps even more important today as the world has gone more virtual than ever before. They provide clear tips, stories, and insights on how you can expand your network, where you can network, and how best to network in order to achieve a successful result. Networking should be mutually beneficial for both parties and in this episode the hosts talk about ways to make that possible.

The exercise the hosts want you to take is:
Write down the problem that you solve, and the group of people you solve it for and the time frame you solve that problem in.
Then reach out to 5 of your closest connections and ask who they know in their network that you should be talking to.


"Ask Questions and Build Connections"

Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan were joined by Chris Schembra the bestselling author of "Gratitude and Pasta: The Secret Sauce for Human Connection" and the Founder + Chief Question Asker of 7:47, an advisory firm that helps companies give the GIFT of community and belonging. His passion for connection and gratitude was truly transparent in the show.

We ask our audience to do three exercises following this show:

  1. Reach out to at least one person you haven't spoken to in over three years that you would like to reconnect with.
  2. Share your "why" and purpose of the work you are doing now or the work you want to do in the future.
  3. ASK THE QUESTION: "If you could give credit or thanks to one person in your life that you don't give enough credit or thanks to who would that be?"

Learn more about Chris here and be sure to express your gratitude while fostering connection:


Positive Mindset = Greater Success in 2021

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill start off 2021 by exploring how we need to mentally prepare to look for a new job and to interview. They discuss the pitfalls that people can find themselves in when beginning a job search. Additionally, they provide tips and tools to prevent those setbacks.

In every episode of this special 3-month series, they will end with an exercise that can be immediately applied to allow someone to land the job they desire. In this episode, they share the "Power of 3" exercise:

December 2020


Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill speak with the co-founder of The Transcendence Theater Company, Amy Miller. They discuss how to manifest the 2021 of your dreams using practical tools. Amy offers the three following take-aways to step into 2021 ready to embrace receiving everything you want personally and professionally:
1. Take 4 deep breaths to be more present
2. Go on your "magic walk" and feel what it feels like if everything you want in 2021 has come through. Feel how you want to be (dream/have gratitude!).
3. Get out your journal, and write down what is important in your life, what connections and people are most important to you.


Why overcome fear when you can use it?

Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan are joined by Guryan Tighe the founder of Fourage. She shares her insights on overcoming fear and using it forge new and deeper connections. They suggest diving into your fears and dancing with them.

A few of her insights include:
-Your values are your purpose and action
-Fear can drive deeper1 connection
-Our “Why” is bigger than “I”
-Authenticity should be part of every job description
-Connect to gratitude to move through fears


Compassion Is Vital In Work and Life

This week Jennifer and Brandon were joined by Dr. Nate Regier, a compassion expert and author of two transformative books on the subject, "Seeing People Through" and "Conflict Without Casualties."

He shared some key takeaways on how we can approach compassion to others and ourselves in our lives as well as our careers:
Join others and allow if not encourage them to suffer.
Yet give that suffering purpose by asking where are you going together so they can heal?
Compassion without accountability = Nowhere.
Accountability without compassion = Alienation.
You can choose the emotion not the situation.
Compassionate accountability partners matter.


The Year of the PIVOT

Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill discuss how 2020 was the year of the PIVOT for organizations and job seekers alike.

Hill suggests to PIVOT toward the positive in 2021 using:

They emphasize the importance of having an “accountability buddy” to help you achieve this pivot. Hill and Maslan also offer a tool to help you design your pivot in 2021. 

November 2020


The Importance of Impact vs Intent

Catrice Monson joined Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill to talk about the importance of being authentic, accountable, and uniquely yourself, and how that is vital to increasing diversity and inclusion. Catrice has devoted the last two decades to the entertainment industry and helping them be better to their employees, as well as being a more diverse and inclusive landscape.

Here are our takeaways:

  • You need people in your life to hold you accountable
  • Do the thing that is most challenging
  • Make sustainable long-term goals for more diversity and inclusion in your organization
  • Be a mentor
  • The power of one is strong
  • Be aware of your impact more than your intent
  • Say sorry when possible and it is always possible
  • Make space at your the table for other diverse voices
  • The health of an organization is based on how safe people feel sharing ideas, which leads to innovation
  • Be quirky



Your Difference Is Your Value Jennifer K Hill and Brandon Maslan were joined by Mandy Bynum McLaughlin to discuss why people should bring forth their unique value always, and how organizations should value those differences. A company's leadership that values diversity, inclusion and belonging is a successful company.

Our takeaways were:
-Be a part of a group of movement within your organization to meet more people and discover new opportunities.
-Inclusion comes from the top.
-Ask yourself a time you felt like the “other” ?
-Doing things differently equals success.
-If you are in the room, bring it.
-In interviews, bring your full self as early as you can.
-Your diversity is your value.


Millenials are Amazing and Your Company Can Be Too

Dr. Julia Ivy of Northeastern University joins Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill for a “Get Yourself the Job” show focused on inter generational workplaces.

The takeaways:
Bring your whole self and companies need to hire the whole self.
Find synchronicity with one another
Share your passion
Be proactive in your outreach
Listen with empathy and share what you have learned about an organization
Develop trust
Make an impact and go somewhere you can thrive in the community
Build your employees a bigger sandbox and give them ownership
Rock your individuality as that is what helps collective win


Allyship in the workplace
Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan were joined by two very "good guys" David Smith and Brad Johnson to discuss allyship and sponsorship in the workplace. They are best selling co-authors of the books Athena Rising: How and Why Men Should Mentor Women and Good Guys: How Men Can Be Better Allies For Women In The Workplace.

The key takeaways were:

1) Share your social capital
2) Establish trust with those you seek to be in support of
3) A sense of humility matters
4) Mentor up programs work
j5) The more we interact the more me like each other
6) Practice the art of “I don’t know”
7) Allyship is not self-defined, those you seek to be an ally will let
you know if you are one.
8) If you are in a position to do so, sponsor others
9) Stretch opportunities are critical to career growth
5) Toss the mic in a meeting to a colleague whose voice needs to be heard


The Two "R's": Why Relationships and Reputation matter

Patty Dingle, Head of diversity BNY Mellon, Americas. Patty joins Brandon Maslan and Jennifer K. Hill for 'Get Yourself the Job' to discuss the importance of relationships and one's reputation to thrive in our careers.
The top 10 key take-aways for this show include:
1. Access is key
2. Keep in touch and keep relationships strong
3. Always pay it back
4. Find your tribe that includes you
5. An environment must be safe for all voices to be heard
6. Leaders need to be vulnerable
7. Listen to everyone as if they are wise
8. Admit mistakes and share credit, as well as always listen deeply
9. Belonging is when voices are heard and valued
10. Go where you can have an impact

October 2020


Jennifer K. Hill and Brandon Maslan, co-hosts of "Get Yourself the Job" on LA Talk Radio, discuss the advantages to authentic humor and bringing levity to a situation personally and professionally. They emphasize how a little light humor can go a long way in leadership, job interviews and your job.

The three take-aways they share in this episode are:

1) Don't take yourself too seriously.

2) Inject humor where and when you can

3) Always look for the "mutual yes"


Leading from the Front
This week Jennifer and Brandon were joined by Julie Cullivan the Chief Information Officer and Chief People Officer of ForeScout who recently was acknowledged for being a Cybersecurity Women of the Year recipient. She shared the importance of leading from the front by “going ugly early“ and saying the hard thing. In addition, she shared the importance of being vulnerable with others to establish trust and safety. Finally, she reminded us to create great friendships at work with people who have shared values and get things done. Remember if you are in a growth mindset then you are the "s#$t".


How Leadership and Kindness lead to a more successful career. In this show, Maslan and Hill explore the importance of kindness in the workplace, as well as the filters we see ourselves and others through. The three take-aways for this episode include:
1. Letting others know “I got you”
2. Be in service
3. Help others move on or move on yourself


Shawn Layden: Great Leaders Are Explorers. This week Shawn Layden joined Jennifer Hill and Brandon Maslan to discuss what makes a great leader, and how to implement that leadership. Shawn discussed his 30+ year journey at Sony Corporation and Playstation, while sharing the lessons he learned along the way. He reminded the audience that early in your career, be sure to be a great follower by making yourself useful and being engaged. Tell a compelling story to relay your points, the leaders of tomorrow are going to be "explorers" who are charting the unknown, and that a leader’s job is to clear the road of obstacles so their people can do their jobs. We also learned about why everyone should be an ally as well as why it just makes good business sense.

September 2020


Communication is so important, on this show we talk about how we talk to ourselves and how we communicate with others. If you want to have impact seek to understand yourself and others and you will be understood.


Advocates: Why you want them and why you should be them in order to reach new heights in your career. In this second episode of the series, Brandon Maslan and Jennifer Hill speak with VP of Finance at Lyft, Michelle DeBella, about what it takes to find an advocate and/or to be an advocate. They suggest that in order to be successful, you first have to know what you want. When you are clear on what you want, you can make more thoughtful career moves and know how to advocate and be advocated for.  

Michelle is a dynamic and results oriented executive leading global finance and governance teams for over 25 years. Michelle is currently a VP of Finance Transformation and Governance for Lyft, helping the company and finance and other teams transform and scale in a high-growth, ever-changing industry and mature in a post-IPO world.  She built Lyft’s first Internal Audit team and ERM program and is partnering closely with the CAO and other teams leading transformation in Lyft’s Finance processes and systems, including a future state ERP.  

Michelle was previously the Chief Audit Executive at Uber, improving culture scores and corporate governance at a pivotal time in the company’s journey, while she doubled her global team. Previously she spent eight years at Hewlett-Packard, where she was the Vice President of Internal Audit leading a large global team, and prior to that the VP of Enterprise Financial Reporting. During her time there she also created the first global Women’s Leadership Program in Finance.  She started her career in public accounting with Ernst & Young after graduating from Truman State University.  Michelle serves on the Board of Governors for the San Jose chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors and is the former Chairwoman of the Audit Committee and Board member of the Uber and Yandex Joint Venture. Michelle was named one of the 2019 Top 50 Women in Technology by the National Diversity Council.  She’s a member of Advancing Women Executives and the Women Leading Travel & Hospitality Board and frequently shares her experiences and career lessons with other women, inspiring them to take charge of their career journeys. In addition to speaking about careers and leadership, Michelle is a frequent speaker and panelist on finance transformation, governance and compliance best practices, and building and engaging teams.
Michelle is a mom to two boys and her pets, and a closet poker player who also loves to travel, read, garden, cook and go wine tasting at local wineries around the Bay Area in California, with her husband Peter.


What it takes to get moving towards "Landing The Big Job." In this first episode of the series, Brandon Maslan and Jennifer Hill suggest reaching out to others to get feedback around your strengths and areas for improvement, working on getting unblocked by stopping the ways we sabotage ourselves from moving forward and ways to discover what the big job is and ways to start moving towards it. They suggest three key takeaways you can take this week and in the months ahead are creating a career roadmap for 6 months all the way up to 10 years, know that you are ready long before you feel ready to ask for that big promotion or go for that big job and go out and talk to others within your company and beyond about your strengths so that you can then share those more clearly with others on your way to the top of your chosen profession.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with founder of the Institute for Zen Leadership and author, Dr. Ginny Whitelaw. Dr. Whitelaw discusses her new book Resonate: Zen and the Way of Making a Difference. She shares what resonance is, and how we can learn to find our purpose by being in resonance and coherence with the world around us.

Dr. Ginny Whitelaw is the founder of the Institute for Zen Leadership, a Zen Master in the Chozen-ji line of Rinzai Zen, as well as President of Focus Leadership. She is a recognized expert in leadership development and executive coaching and has authored 4 books, including The Zen Leader. A biophysicist by training, she combines a rich scientific background with senior leadership experience at NASA, and more than 20 years developing global leaders. Together with Mark Kiefaber, she developed the FEBI® to measure 4 mind-body patterns of personality, and trains practitioners worldwide in how to apply FEBI in their work. She has served as adjunct faculty to Columbia University’s senior executive program and worked with leaders in some of the world’s top companies, including Merck, Dell, Avon, XL Capital, Sprint, Cemex, EMC, Novartis, Hospira, Marsh, Ascension Health, T Rowe Price, and Bank of America.

Prior to that, Dr. Whitelaw spent 10 years at NASA, where she became the Deputy Manager for integrating the International Space Station Program. She led a large-scale change effort to re-align the management of the Space Station Program using cross-functional teams. Her work became a model for other NASA programs, and she was awarded NASA’s Exceptional Service Medal for her efforts. She holds a Ph.D. in Biophysics, as well as a B.S. in Physics, a B.A. in Philosophy, and a 5th degree black belt in Aikido.


August 2020


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with best-selling author and martial arts expert, Richard Haight, about his latest book The Warrior's Meditation. Haight shares his journey of learning meditation, and how it helps him to conquer his fears and be his best self. He shares meditation techniques, and how meditation can help a person to handle any stressful situation they might find themselves in professionally or otherwise.
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Author Richard L. Haight is a master-level instructor of martial, meditation and healing arts. He began formal martial arts training at age 12 and moved to Japan at the age of 24 to advance his training with masters of the sword, staff and aiki-jujutsu.

During his 15 years in Japan, Haight was awarded masters licenses in four samurai arts as well as a traditional healing art called sotai-ho. He is one of the world's foremost experts in the traditional Japanese martial arts.

Through his books, his meditation and martial arts seminars, Haight is helping to ignite a worldwide movement for personal transformation that is free of all constraints and open to anyone of any level. He now lives and teaches in southern Oregon.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with publishing CEO of Izzard Ink, Tim McConnehey, about the do’s and Dont’s when it comes to self publishing. He emphasized the importance of find the right editor for you, and doing research on the publishing company you are planning to use.

As a multifaceted publishing visionary, Tim McConnehey specializes in the publishing of eBooks through his company, Izzard Ink Publishing.

And when he says multifaceted, he means it! Tim directs eight teams covering every facet of publishing: finance, distribution, marketing, website development, art, public relations, cover and interior design, audiobook production, editing, and copyright.

A solid leader, McConnehey has an outstanding record of growing market share, by continuously energizing and positively influencing team members to deliver solutions that not only improve productivity but deliver bottom-line results.

Izzard Ink Publishing has now grown from that initial idea to a business that has sold over 300,000 books and has a client list that has sold over 45 million books – all accomplished by delivering exceptional personalized client service and working with the best people in publishing.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with Bruce Tulgan about his new book "Win, Influence, Beat Overcommitment, Be Indispensable at Work." Bruce shares about how to know when to say "yes" and when to say "no" in order to build your reputation as someone who others can count on. He goes on to emphasize that being someone who others can count on is what makes you indispensable personally and professionally.


Bruce Tulgan is a bestselling author, an adviser to business leaders all over the world, and a sought-after keynote speaker. Since 1995, Tulgan has worked with tens of thousands of leaders and managers in hundreds of organizations, ranging from Aetna to Walmart and from the US Army to the YMCA. He lectures at the Yale Graduate School of Management, as well as other academic institutions. Tulgan's books include the updated and expanded edition of Not Everyone Gets a Trophy and the bestselling It's Okay to Be the Boss. He is the Founder and Chairman of RainmakerThinking, Inc., and he lives in New Haven, Connecticut.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with #1 best-selling Amazon author, Mike Goldman, about how to prevent remote work fatigue. Mike shares tips for leaders to connect with their teams in more meaningful ways. He discusses how to be the best version of yourself in all situations, and how to identify your strengths and the strengths of those you work with.

Mike Goldman is an award-winning leadership team coach and the #1 Amazon bestselling author of two books, Breakthrough Leadership Team and Performance Breakthrough. He speaks internationally to groups of business leaders, such as the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and the Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO). During his 30+ year coaching and consulting career he has worked with clients including Disney, Verizon, CHANEL and Polo Ralph Lauren. His insights have been featured in Forbes and Chief Executive Magazine and he is widely regarded by CEO’s as the expert on building great leadership teams. As a coach or speaker, Mike is on a mission to help CEO’s grow their business and have more impact while creating a more engaging, fulfilling environment for their team using his Breakthrough Leadership Team approach. Mike is a life-long learner. In fact, he often tells his clients that he if he’s gone ninety minutes without recommending a book, they should dial 911 because he might be having a stroke.



Jennifer K. Hill shares some of her favorite interviewing tips. She emphasizes the important of “proactive“ rather than “reactive” interviewing by anticipating any concerns a potential employer may have in advance of the interview. She also provides suggestions for how to answer questions such as “Tell me about yourself” and “What is your biggest weakness?”

Jennifer K. Hill has appeared on many major news outlets around the world including: KNX Radio, BBC News, ABC, NBC, FOX and E! News, and has been quoted in numerous online articles as well including The Ladders and Glassdoor. In addition, Jennifer has been featured speaker for various conferences, law firms and corporations around the United States.

In 2010, Jennifer opened her own corporate/legal staffing company, JHill’s Staffing Services, Inc., which was acquired by Marcum Search LLC in February of 2018, where she became the President of the California Search Division until recently transitioning to a Consultant role with the company.

In 2013, Jennifer published her first book “Stop Hoping, Start Hunting! A Job Seeker’s Guide to Finding a Dream Job.” She has also since published two widely acclaimed white papers focused on transformation in the legal industry, and recently released her second book, “101 Spiritual Tools for Uncertain Times” on Amazon Kindle.

In 2019, Jennifer co-founded a business consulting firm, MetaBizics LLC, which offers business consulting services to corporations, leaders, and entrepreneurs. 

In 2020, Jennifer co-created the Coalition for Global Unity. The Coalition offers free weekly meditations from world leaders, teachers, and influencers on Awake TV Network at 12pm PT every Monday. 

Jennifer also hosts a weekly radio show on LA Talk Radio, called “Get Yourself the Job,” with over 30,000 listeners a month, and hosts a TV show on Awake TV Network called “Conversations for Consciousness” where she recently interviewed Deepak Chopra & Don Hoffman about their new respective books on consciousness. Jennifer is deeply passionate about contributing to her community. She built her first school in Nepal in 2017 by partnering with and recently built her second school in Senegal in November of 2019.

July 2020


Jennifer K. Hill interviews resume writing expert, Jill Grindle, about her secrets to writing a great resume. Jill shares how to effectively work with Applicant Tracking Systems, and what needs to go on your resume.

Jill Grindle is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) with 11+ years of experience as an award-winning resume writer. Her extensive background as a marketing, sales and client services specialist combined with her love of writing allows her to create powerful resumes for executives all around the globe.

She has guided hundreds of executives and professionals, helping them on the path to success with a combination of resume and career collateral services. Jill's clients have worked for iconic organizations including NASA, American Express, GlaxoSmithKline, The Rockefeller Foundation, Oracle, Christie’s, IBM, Harvard University and many more.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with attorney turned executive coach, Rudhir Krishtel, about how he went from practicing law for 15 years to creating a successful coaching and consulting practice. Rudhir offers questions to ask yourself when you are considering a career transition. He also emphasizes the importance of setting achievable daily, monthly and weekly intentions when pursuing what matters most to you.

Rudhir Krishtel is an executive coach and consultant focusing on work-place wellness for lawyers. Prior to becoming an executive and consultant, Rudhir practiced law for 15 years as a Federal Clerk, Patent Litigation Partner at Fish & Richardson, and then as Senior Patent Counsel at Apple.

His lawyer days led him to train as a teacher for yoga (Baptiste Institute) and mindfulness meditation (Warrior One), and as a professional Co-Active coach and leadership instructor (Coaches Training Institute) where he served as a much-needed support for the legal community.

As a sought after speaker and consultant, Rudhir specializes in the area of workplace bias and how it affects the law profession. His program called B.I.A.S. Healing is focused on providing tools for those affected by bias, especially women and people of color.

With individual and group coaching, Rudhir leads his team to transform the workplace and personal well-being for legal professionals.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with entrepreneur, Rita Roberts, about her incredible journey from Angola Africa to the UK as an orphaned, immigrant caring for her younger siblings. Rita shares how she went from being homeless with her family and working in a fish market, to teaching herself four languages and opening up three successful companies in London. Rita now helps mentor other job seekers and continues to pay it forward., ,

Rita Roberts has a degree in HRM, she is a serial entrepreneur and upcoming author, Founder of a company Angola Business 4U, Immaculate Translations Ltd and Remap Properties Link.
She is an International Business Strategies Consultant on Cross-Cultural Management and Business etiquette. She uses her influential network to facilitate what she calls “The Power of Introduction” to create synergies between people, companies and countries.

Previously she worked at FSA and The Embassy Of Angola in London where she acquired a wealth of experience in building business and Diplomatic relationships.
She started facilitating businesses joint ventures between companies in the UK.
She expanded to other Western countries and emerging African countries. She offers business etiquette services which involves awareness of culture differences and languages while doing business abroad.
Whilst working for the Embassy she built connections and liaison with influential decision makers in the private business and Government agencies around the World.
As an International Business Consultant she provides a wide range of services and expertise in Business Strategies; including Cross-Cultural and diversity managements for British Companies expanding or setting up business overseas or foreign companies expanding to the UK. She facilitates joint ventures, associations through introductions of Business2business, projects to investors in the UK, Africa and the rest of the world.
She is also a commercial and residential property finder for her oversea clients!

Through her Immaculate Translation Company her team provides Translations for official and legal documents from 24 languages to English, interpreters to conferences and more.
Rita was a Board member at Praxis Community Project where she took part in the decision making Board Meetings, strategic discussions for migrants rapid integration programs, advice to community groups on training and education to better their education employability.

Rita worked for the National Skills Academy as Mentor & Personal Coach to University Students aspiring to work for financial institutions.
She also worked as a Business Coach to Empower and Inspire Business owners and Managers on how to keep staff motivated and maintain work satisfaction.
Specialised in: Property finder, Creator of Business Synergies (Power Of Introductions), .International Business Strategies Consultant ( Business Etiquette) , Upcoming Author & Motivational Public Speaker


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with Ivy Slater, CEO of Slater Success, about secrets to leading remotely. Ivy shares tips for people who are already leaders in their organizations on how to lead more effectivley, and also offer suggestions for those who are looking to take the next step up into a leadership role. She encourages innovation and creativity when leading during these times. Ivy also discusses the imporance of creating mini-goals to work towards.

Ivy Slater: As the CEO of Slater Success, Ivy works closely with C-Suite executives and upper-level managers to advise and create clear strategies that provide instant and long-term impact on businesses. From generating team synergy and launching new sales initiatives, to holding mastermind retreats and corporate trainings on communication, finances, or strategic planning, Ivy is an expert at cultivating and facilitating relationships that are the hallmark of any successful business.

Prior to founding Slater Success, Ivy owned and operated a successful 7-figure printing business, Slater Graphics, for over 20 years in New York City. During these early days of business ownership, Ivy learned that it was her relationship-based growth strategies and niche customer targeting that positioned her to achieve financial success and work with some of the top names in the publishing industry, including W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, New York Magazine, Advertising Age, Town & Country and Men’s Health, to name a few.

Today, Ivy and her team of professional coaches and trainers are dedicated to helping women business owners and entrepreneurs, as well as leadership and organizational teams, leverage their relationships and achieve success on their own terms by creating the life they want to live alongside a business or career that supports that life.

Apart from coaching and consulting, Ivy is the author of the international bestseller, “From the Barre to Boardroom: Choreographing Business Success Through Authentic Relationships” as well as “Conquering Your Fear of Money: A Woman’s Guide to Business Success,” an interactive resource offering actionable systems, tools, and strategies designed to mitigate the issues many businesswomen face. She speaks all over the country at corporate conferences, seminars, and workshops on the topics of leadership, sustainable growth, and sales. She has hosted dozens of both live and recorded webinars, training and business challenge events for clients, as well as non-clients.

You can also hear Ivy on her weekly podcast, Her Success Story, where she interviews gutsy businesswomen on their compelling journeys towards achieving success.

June 2020


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with author and coach, Stephen Sainato, about his new book Making Moves: 5 Guideposts to Conquer Professional Transition. Stephen shares his story of how he transitioned from being a high-profile attorney to a coach. He shares how to discover your passion and to connect to your bliss.

Stephen Sainato grew up in Morristown, NJ as the last of four children.  He had a major awakening in 2011, which led to him attending law school and becoming valedictorian of his class at Rutgers University. He went on to practice law with a major law firm, though he realized it was not his passion. Stephen took a leap of faith and in 2018, became a coach. He is now living his passion in New York City with his fiance and two cats.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with Dr. Paul J. Bailo about how to be effective at digital interviews and meetings. Dr. Bailo shares strategies from his research including tips on getting great lighting, video and audio quality for any interview. He also emphasizes the importance of being prepared, and how to properly prepare for an interview.


Paul J. Bailo, PhD, MBA, MSW, is an executive of digital strategy and technology and creator of Phone Interview Pro, a service that helps jobseekers hone their telephone job interview skills. He has been featured in leading media resources such as USA Today,, Business Insider, The Chicago Tribune, and US News & World Report.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with executive and leadership coach and speaker, Brandon Maslan. Brandon shares ways to get "unblocked" in one's job search. He shares his own inspiring story of going from becoming an attorney, to a recruiter and eventually finding his purpose as a leadership coach.

Brandon Maslan is an inspiring executive coach, paid speaker, board member and corporate trainer. He has collaborated with hundreds of top executives in the advancement of their careers, getting on to Boards and the overall expansion of their professional brands. His primary focus is on developing current and future leaders to be their most powerful selves and establishing their executive presence to effectuate positive change. He has done training sessions for thousands of people on a variety of topics around career and personal development. In addition, he has helped build out workplace cultures to ensure maximum positivity, passion and productivity.

The work Brandon does now is the culmination of his career. He has always been a passionate advocate for others, utilizing his voice to create positive change. He sees the best in others, which empowers them to see the best in themselves and those around them.

Brandon lives with his wife in beautiful Oakland, California and they just welcomed their first daughter - yet another reason he is proud to be a male ally and Feminist. He earned his Law Degree from University of Maryland School of Law.


Jennifer K. Hill interviews Elisabeth Rohm, actress of shows such as "Law & Order" and movies such as the Academy Award Nominated Film "American Hustle." Liz shares her story of how she created success for herself as an actor, and how she manifested the roles she truly desired using Law of Attraction and other tools.

Elisabeth Röhm (/roʊm, ruːm/, German: [eˈliːzabɛt ˈʁøːm]; born April 28, 1973) is an American-German television and film actress. She is best known for playing Kate Lockley in the television series Angel from 1999 to 2001 and Serena Southerlyn in the television series Law & Order from 2001 to 2005. She has also appeared in films such as American Hustle (2014), Joy (2015) and Bombshell (2019).


Jennifer K. Hill interviews Chief Learning Officer and coach with DNA Behavior, Nikki Evans. Nikki shares about the types of behaviors we exhibit and how understanding these behaviors can help us to better understand ourselves and others. Nikki shares her personal story of being fired and discovering how her creativity and spontaneity were better suited for a different type of role.

Nikki Evans is one of Hugh Massie's chief lieutenants. Nikki, DNA Behavior International's Chief Learning Officer, is a certified professional coach with over 20 years of IT leadership experience. She also is the principal of Ridgeline Coaching, helping leaders and would-be leaders get to the bottom line, leveraging their careers for greatest impact. Nikki is an active member of WICT Southeast and Women in Technology. She also is an ACC Credential holder from International Coach Federation (ICF).

May 2020


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with best-selling author and psychiatrist, Dr. Mark Goulston, about how to find balance in the midst of COVID-19. Dr. Goulston speaks with Jennifer about the importance of oxytocin in connecting to true happiness and discusses the importance of mentorship. Dr. Goulston also emphasizes how helping another person personally or professionally can help to overcome depression during trying times.

Dr. Mark Goulston is a Board Certified Psychiatrist, consultant, coach, speaker, mentor and crisis interventionist.  He is regarded as a thought leader in the area of communication, cooperation, collaboration and empathy with his book, "Just Listen" Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone, becoming the top book on listening in the world and a topic he speaks on globally. That topic included a six hour, one day, sole presenter training to managers of the Russian Federation in Moscow a few years ago.

Past or present companies and institutions, he has worked with or spoken to include: Harvard Business School, IBM, Mattel, Coca Cola, Toyota, Hyatt, Accenture, Ernst & Young, Sodexo, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Northern Trust, Northwest Mutual, YPO, UCLA, USC, University of Alabama, American Bar Association, NACD.

Including, "Just Listen," Dr. Goulston is the author of seven books. 

His most recent book is Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life and was an featured book and an Audie Award 2016 Finalist.

He writes for Biz JournalsHarvard Business ReviewBusiness Insider, Huffington Post, Fast Company and Psychology Today and appears widely in the media including CNN, Wall St. Journal, NY Times, Fortune and Forbes.


Jennifer Hill speaks with CEO & author, Toni Pergolin, about her new book Too Important to Fail: Leadership Lessons for Nonprofits. Toni shares her top three tips for being a great leader. She also shares personal experiences and obstacles she faced in business, as well as other tips from her book.

Toni Pergolin, M.A., CPA
President And Chief Executive
As the Chief Executive Officer of Bancroft, one of the largest human services provider in NJ/PA, Toni Pergolin has grown and diversified the services and programs provided for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism and those in need of neurological rehabilitation, positioning the organization for a strong and sustainable future.

Under Ms. Pergolin’s leadership over the past 15 years, she has focused on expanding and developing critical programs and services for children and adults. This includes the flagship Bancroft School along with early education special-education school, pediatric residential programs, vocational and day programs for adults, and more than 200 group homes and apartments in New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Bancroft also works in partnership with many businesses and community organizations to provide employment and volunteer opportunities for those Bancroft serves.

She spearheaded the largest expansion and construction project in the 134 year history of Bancroft leading to the opening the Raymond & Joanne Welsh Campus in Mt. Laurel in 2018. The pediatric campus features a 175,000 sq ft state-of-the-art school and residential facilities situated on 80-acres. Ten years in the making, the campus includes The Bancroft School, Lindens Center for Autism, with Campus Residential Treatment Programs and an unprecedented Activity Center, all designed to set a new standard of care in providing the highest level of service and recreation for students.

Under her leadership, Bancroft has also expanded neuro-rehabilitation and brain injury services with locations in Mount Laurel, Plainsboro and Toms River, New Jersey - providing outpatient, acute medical day and residential services.

She currently serves on the boards of Our Lady of Lourdes Health Care Services in Camden, Fulton Bank of New Jersey, South Jersey Chamber of Commerce, and Peirce College. Additionally, she serves as a member of the FPA Wealth Management Advisory Board and the Healthcare Advisory Council of the Free Library of Philadelphia.

In 2019, Ms. Pergolin was honored with the Women of Excellence - Business Excellence Award by SJ Magazine for her vision and business acumen. She has also received the Campbell Soup Extraordinary Leadership Award and was awarded the first Corporate/Business Award by Maria's Women United. She has been recognized for her leadership in many publications including SmartCEO Magazine, Philadelphia Business Journal, SNJ Business People, SJ Biz Main Line Today and received recognition for advancing women's equality.

Prior to joining Bancroft, she worked at the University of Pennsylvania Health System for 14 years in various positions, including Chief Financial Officer for Pennsylvania Hospital. She received her undergraduate degree in accounting from Pennsylvania State University and her master's in health administration from Saint Joseph's University. A certified public accountant, she resides in the Greater Philadelphia area with her husband and two sons. Ms. Pergolin's first book, Too Important to Fail: Leadership Lessons for Nonprofits comes out in January 2020.


Josselyne Herman-Saccio is a communication expert with Landmark, a personal and professional growth, training and development company that's had more than 2.4 million people use its programs to cause breakthroughs in their personal lives as well as in their communities, generating more than 100,000 community projects around the world. In The Landmark Forum, Landmark's flagship program, people cause breakthroughs in their performance, communication, relationships and overall satisfaction in life.

Josselyne has led courses for Landmark for 20 years. She has been extensively trained in presenting and delivering Landmark's programs, material, and technology in a powerful and effective manner.

A former pop singer and songwriter, Josselyne and her group recorded the hit That's What Love Can Do which rose to become the #1 song in America. She works as a personal manager for actors, writers, directors and recording artists, and has worked as a marketing and branding expert, entertainment producer and casting director. She has produced several films including Anne B. Real which won dozens of film festival awards and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Feature under $500K and for the PRISM award honoring the Art Of Making A Difference.

Josselyne has raised close to $15 million dollars for various non-profits and in 2001 produced the first annual live benefit gala for FAMILIES OF FREEDOM, a scholarship fund to benefit the children affected by 9/11. She is also founder of the non-profit organization UNITED GLOBAL SHIFT that is committed to shifting what is possible for humanity by shifting from fear, survival and scarcity to possibility, partnership and peace. She leads programs around the world to cultivate and empower leadership and source sustainable results. She is the author of several books including Peace Promises: 30 Days to a more peaceful life and THE PROMISE EFFECT: How to create a life that wasn't going to happen anyway with Susan Woldman Elfer.

A native of New York City, Josselyne lives in Manhattan with her husband, three children, two dogs and a bird. She serves as the president of the Board of Directors for her Manhattan co-op, executive vice president of THE SUTTON AREA COMMUNITY Board of Directors, Executive Board Member of the PTA as well as a Public Member of Community Board 6 Business Affairs and Street Activities Committee.


Jennifer Hill speaks with Dr. Julia Ivy about her book Crafting your Edge for Today's Job Market: Using the BE-EDGE Method for Consulting Courses and Capstone Projects. In the interview, Dr. Ivy discusses the importance of identifying the company YOU want to work for, and then pursuing a relationship with that company through connections, LinkedIn, RocketReach and other such tools. She then suggests building trust with that company first before asking for a job, and adding value to the company to set yourself apart from the numerous other applicants.

Julia Ivy, PhD Psych, PhD Mgmt, is a researcher, practitioner and expert on crafting Boutique Employability. An executive professor at Northeastern University, she works with both graduates and executives facing their “What’s next?” challenge. Her new book is Crafting Your Edge for Today’s Job Market: Using the BE-EDGE Method for Consulting Cases and Capstone Projects.

April 2020


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with Leaders and Executive Coach, Elaine Zitner. Elaine shares three ways to be a leader in your own life. Jennifer and Elaine discuss tools to connect with oneself through inner-child work and other self actualization tools to become a better leader.

Elaine Zitner is an ICF-certified leadership and life coach who is passionate about individual and organizational change and transformation.

She spent 15+ years working in financial services, education and healthcare. She started her career in IT looking at process improvements, efficiency and waste reduction. She quickly realized no tool, technology or process redesign would improve an organization without the people being at the center.

This led her on a learning journey into the people side of organizations. She received a Master of Science in Organization Development through Pepperdine University and became certified in Lean Blackbelt, PROSCI Change Management, Hudson Institute and ICF coaching--and yoga! Having read the books, learned the tools and mastered the frameworks, Elaine knows firsthand that Leadership (in an organization, community, or family) is an inside out job. Elaine works with leaders who are ready to go deep and broad in service of reaching their goals and having the impact they dream of.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with Founder & CEO of MyOutDesk, Daniel Ramsey, about how leaders and business owners can outsource the things that they do not have the time or energy to do. Daniel shares that he has been helping companies become virtual for the past 13+ years. Daniel and the MyOutDesk team offered a free downloadable worksheet on how to work virtually for employers and employees including things such as virtual workplace etiquette. To receive this free virtual-working document TEXT MOD to 31996

Daniel Ramsey lives, eats and breathes business-he has served over 5,000 clients, been in business with MyOutDesk for over 13 years, built a multi-million dollar business by bringing outsourcing to an entire segment of the American business market who never had access to it before.

Back in 2008, Daniel was inspired by his own time-management struggles to find a better way to help others leverage their time & energy, and created MyOutDesk to provide a trusted, reliable offshore outsourcing solution for the tasks that every business owner has-but lack of time to focus on.

MyOutDesk grew rapidly and diversified across a wide number of industries, and that is how it became the leader in the virtual staffing company that it is today.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with best-selling author and consultant, Peter Economy. Peter shares tips from his latest book Wait, I'm the Boss?!? In the interview, Peter emphasizes the importance of compassion as a leader and offers suggestions on how to delegate and create thriving teams.

Peter Economy is a best-selling business author, ghostwriter, developmental editor, and publishing consultant with more than 100 books to his credit (and more than 3 million copies sold).

Peter’s latest book is Wait, I’m the Boss?!? – published by Career Press. He also helped create Unlearn: Let Go of Past Success to Achieve Extraordinary Results; Everything I Learned About Life I Learned in Dance Class; The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness; Managing For Dummies; Story Mapping: Discover the Whole Story, Build the Right Product; The Management Bible; Peter Isler’s Little Blue Book of Sailing Secrets; and many more.

He’s the Leadership Guy on and served for many years as Associate Editor for Leader to Leader magazine—published by the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum in New York City. Peter taught MGT 453: Creativity and Innovation as a lecturer at San Diego State University, is on the National Advisory Council of The Art of Science Learning, and is a founding member of the board of SPORTS for Exceptional Athletes.

A graduate of Stanford University (with majors in Economics and Human Biology), Peter has worked closely with some of the nation’s top business, leadership, and technology thinkers, including Jim Collins, Frances Hesselbein, Barry O’Reilly, Peter Senge, Kellie McElhaney, Jeff Patton, Marshall Goldsmith, Marty Cagan, Lolly Daskal, Guy Kawasaki, Emma Seppala, William Taylor, Jim Kilts, Jean Lipman-Blumen, Stephen Orban, Ken Blanchard, and many others.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with Joseph McCormack about his book NOISE: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus. Joe shares advice on how to find balance while working from home. He suggests setting a schedule and avoiding multi-tasking. Joe also emphasizes the importance of scheduling silence each day for finding balance, as well as listening more deeply in every conversation.

To learn more, visit

About the Author:
Joseph McCormack is the author of NOISE: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus. He is passionate about helping people gain clarity when there is so much competing for our attention. He is a successful marketer, entrepreneur, and author. His first book, BRIEF: Make a Bigger Impact by Saying Less (Wiley, 2014), sets the standard for concise communication.

Joe is the founder and managing director of The BRIEF Lab, an organization dedicated to teaching professionals, military leaders, and entrepreneurs how to think and communicate clearly. His clients include Boeing, Harley-Davidson, Microsoft, Mastercard, DuPont, and select military units and government agencies. He publishes a weekly podcast called "Just Saying" that helps people master the elusive skills of focus and brevity.

March 2020


Jennifer Hill speaks with top culture and leadership expert, Chris Dyer, about tools for people who are managing teams working remotely. Chris provides suggestions for bringing teams together and getting curious to understand what team members need to be successful in a remote-working environment. Chis also suggests various technology solutions for making remote-working easy and effortless.

Twitter: @chrisdyer7

Chris Dyer is a recognized performance expert. Constantly intrigued by what makes some businesses and individuals more successful than others, Chris has dedicated years of research to uncovering what drives productivity and profits.

As a sought-after speaker and consultant, Chris works with leading organizations to help them transform their cultures to boost performance and gain an even greater edge in the marketplace. A certified SCRUM Master, Chris is highly adept at helping teams work through obstacles and find solutions quickly and effectively. He leverages this experience in all aspects of his work.

Chris is the author of The Power of Company Culture, (Kogan Page) which was released in 2018. He is also the Founder and CEO of PeopleG2, a background check company which is made up of an entirely remote team of workers and that has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of the Fastest Growing Companies.

A passionate talent management enthusiast, Chris is the host of TalentTalk, a popular business podcast that features interviews with top executives about their strategies for hiring and promoting talent.

Chris strongly believes in community involvement, and he is active with a number of organizations. He regularly serves as a judge at entrepreneurial showcases and contests, such as Miller Lite Tap the Future. Additionally, he runs two book clubs for Senior Level and HR Professionals in Southern California.

In his free time, Chris enjoys traveling with his wife and kids, and playing live music with his band. He resides in Orange County, California.


Jennifer Hill speaks with Leadership and Executive coach, Keren Eldad. Keren is known for coaching high end luxury brand corporations and executives within those organizations. After going through a huge series of huge life transitions in 2012, Keren learned how to manage her mindset and create a thriving new business. She discusses the “Superstar Paradox” and how being a superstar has its pitfalls. She shares how to embrace and transform the things that can often stop us in life.

Certified executive (leadership/career) coach of superstars and keynote speaker Keren Eldad, famed for her work with overachievers, is a trusted advisor to industry-leading executives, acclaimed entrepreneurs who are setting records at the top of their fields and top organizations like Beyond Capital, Luxxotica, Van Cleef & Arpels, YPO, LVMH and IWC. Powerhouses like these tap Eldad to help them make significant breakthroughs in the profitable growth of their business while revitalizing their energy and defining the meaning of their entire lives.


Jennifer K. Hill talks with speaker and consultant, Rebecca Hulse, about how asking the right questions can lead to greater creativity, fulfillment and success. Rebecca discusses principles from Access Consciousness and shares a few of her favorite questions she asks herself when she wants to find a new perspective:

“What is right about this that I am not getting?”

“What world would you like to create that you are not creating?”


Rebecca also offers complimentary tools for increasing wealth on her personal website:

Rebecca Hulse is a speaker, consultant and business coach, who revels in shaking up the realities and limiting paradigms of her clients. She is the Regional Coordinator for the Asia/Pacific Region for Access Consciousness, an international company with reach into 174 countries. She is a certified Joy of Business facilitator. Having completed her first “bucket list” by age 20, Rebecca is the personification of her motto “impossible is temporary.” She has experienced first-hand the power of opportunity and strives to constantly push the boundaries of what she is capable of, both personally and professionally. Learn more at Follow Rebecca.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with Co-Founder of Awake TV and author, Amanda Masters. Amanda shares her journey of creating a new TV network and discusses the metaphysical aspects of finding happiness and purpose. She shares how she balances being a mother of three, while still fulfilling her life’s purpose.

Amanda Masters - Owner, Awake TV Network
Co-Founder Amanda Masters and her partner John Blake began the formation of Awake TV network with a dream of bringing more light and love on a grand scale to raise the vibrational frequency of consciousness on our planet.. They now run this awakening community with a host of over 70 shows from Thought Leaders around the World. Amanda has many years of experience as a Spiritual Leader in the Health and Spirituality Genre. She is an Author, Speaker, Show Host, and now Network Owner.


Jennifer Hill speaks with company culture author and educator, Josh Levine. Josh shares what it was like struggling to find a job during the recession and leveraging that adversity into the opportunity that is his new company. He recently wrote a top book on how to create a dynamic company culture that people want to work at called Great Mondays. He shares secrets to success from his best-selling book.

JOSH LEVINE is a best-selling author, brand strategist, and a highly sought-after speaker on a mission to help organizations design a culture advantage. For more than 15 years, Levine has helped build culture-driven brands for a wide range of organizations—including Silicon Valley heavy hitters, prominent nonprofits, and well-respected blue-chip corporations. He is best known as the co-founder of the nonprofit CULTURE LABx, and as an executive director helped it flourish into an international community. His new book, Great Mondays, which was recently listed on BookAuthority’s list of the best culture books of all time, teaches organizations how to design a company culture employees love.

Levine is recognized for his entertaining, energetic, and educational keynotes that reveal fresh insights and inspire new action. He teaches brand strategy and culture design courses in the groundbreaking MBA program of Design at the California College of the Arts to motivate the next generation of leaders. Levine is a columnist at, and his work has been featured in Huffington Post, Fast Company, and the Design Management Journal. He holds a BS in Engineering Psychology from Tufts University and BFA in design from the Academy of Art University.

February 2020


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with best-selling, international author, Corine Wofford, about how to effectively negotiate. Corine offer tools on how to negotiate a raise, promotion and how to negotiate more effectively in a variety of other business situations. Corine also emphasizes the importance that gratitude plays in finding WIN/WINs in every situation.

Complimentary gift for anyone who tuned in: How to Stop Self-Sabotage in Your Negotiations (includes solutions & success strategies) and my Be the Difference Manifesto. Go to to retrieve your gift.

Corine Wofford is a woman of many secrets; When she shares these secrets with corporate leaders and women entrepreneurs from Dallas to Dubai, they learn how to make a profit while creating a meaningful difference in the world. Over the last 30 years, teams at IBM, Sony, Apple, and USAA have learned how to save money, expand sales, and win customers using her methods. If you're interested in becoming a stronger business leader and can benefit from high performance training in Negotiation, than you're definitely in the right place. Corine is the 2-time International Best-Selling Author and the Award-Winning Business Mentor for Women Entrepreneurs most likely to be enjoying the arts with her Big Italian Family,   on the tennis courts or advocating for a worthy cause.


Jennifer K. Hill speaks with award-winning author, John J. Murphy, about how to find our purpose and create miracles in our lives. John offers a step-by-step process to let go of doubts and find peace and purpose. He discusses his book Beyond Doubt: Four Steps to Inner Peace. He discusses the four steps in the book and also mentions how EFT can help to release stress.

John J. Murphy is a global business consultant, speaker, spiritual mystic, "zentrepreneur,” and award-winning author. He is Founder (1988) and CEO of Venture Management Consultants, Inc., a firm specializing in creating lean, high performance work environments.

As a business consultant, Murphy has delivered services to some of the world’s leading organizations, including ADP, AlliedSignal (Honeywell), BMW, Chase, the CIA, GE, GM, GSK, Hilton, Lockheed Martin, Merck, the Michigan State Senate, Perrigo, Prudential, Raytheon, Spectrum Health, Target Stores, Teva, and the US Navy. As an educator and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Murphy has trained thousands of people from over 50 countries, including Fortune 500 executives, project leaders, military leaders, managers, and black belts. He has mentored dozens of project teams in Organizational Development, Operational Excellence, Business Process Innovation and Lean Six Sigma applications. As a speaker, Murphy has delivered keynotes and seminars worldwide. A critically-acclaimed authority on peak performance, transformational leadership and healthy mind-body-spirit, Murphy is a best-selling author who has published 19 books and appeared on over 400 radio and television stations and his work has been featured in over 50 newspapers nationwide.

Murphy is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (BBA Finance) and the University of Michigan’s Human Resource Executive Program. He is also a former quarterback for Notre Dame.


Jennifer K. Hill interviews best-selling author and entrepreneur, Nir Eyal, about his latest book Indistractable. Nir offers tips for scheduling one’s day to stay on track with what one is committed to. Nir offers suggestions for removing unnecessary distractions both internally and externally. He also discusses how to create healthy habits that lead to success.

Also, the schedule maker tool I mentioned is here:

Summary article:

And distraction guide here:

Habits vs routines article here:

Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. The M.I.T. Technology Review dubbed Nir, "The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology."

Nir founded two tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford.

He is the author of two bestselling books, Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products and Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life. Indistractable received critical acclaim, winning the 2019 Outstanding Works of Literature (OWL) Award as well as being named one of the Best Business and Leadership Books of the Year by Amazon and one of the Best Personal Development Books of the Year by Audible. The Globe and Mail called Indistractable, "timely reading, a smart, thorough look at getting traction in a world of distractions – the best business book of 2019." In addition to blogging at, Nir's writing has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, Time Magazine, and Psychology Today.

Nir is also an active investor in habit-forming technologies. Some of his past investments include Eventbrite (NYSE:EB), (acquired by Spotify), Kahoot!, (acquired by LinkedIn), Product Hunt, Marco Polo, Presence Learning, 7 Cups, Pana, Byte Foods, FocusMate, and FindShadow.

Nir attended The Stanford Graduate School of Business and Emory University.


Jennifer K. Hill asks author, veteran and speaker, R.T. Stokes, about his journey from failing in college to joining the Navy and losing his memory during after a life-altering car accident. R.T. shares tips from his new book “The Relentless Rise,” on how you can be resilient no matter the situation you find yourself faced with. R.T. shares inspirational stories on how to connect to your purpose and to align with your vision and values.

For more information, visit or connect with Stokes on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

R.T. Stokes is an author, speaker and submarine veteran who helps others dive beneath the surface to discover greater purpose waiting to rise. He takes his powerful message, rooted in those he learned in the Navy, of pursuing a relentless rise despite the pressures of life to the public through his powerful keynotes and working one-on-one with individuals, organizations, and companies.

A former Navy Submarine Strategic Supervisor, Stokes worked on nuclear submarines before moving on to become a Master Training Specialist at the Trident Training Facility. Following his Naval career, he spent three years in small business and ten years in a large global corporation in various leadership roles, including his final corporate role as the Inspired Learning Innovation Leader for G.E. Aviation. 

Today, Stokes is also the founder and CEO of Iclipsis, which builds digital solutions to support online learning, collaboration and performance for corporations and entrepreneurs. 

The Relentless Rise will be available on Amazon and wherever books are sold.

January 2020


Jennifer Hill interviews best-selling author and futurist, Alexandra Levit, about the future of work. Alexandra forecasts what changes to anticipate in the workplace including how automation will impact jobs. She also discusses what matters to Generations Y & Z and how organizations can better prepare for the new workforce. Finally, Alexandra offers suggestions to job seekers on how to improve their current skills to remain relevant for future roles.

Alexandra Levit’s goal is to prepare organizations and their employees to be competitive and marketable in the future business world. A former nationally syndicated columnist for the Wall Street Journal and writer for the New York Times, Fast Company, and Forbes, Alexandra has authored several books, including the international bestseller They Don’t Teach Corporate in College and Humanity Works: Merging People and Technologies for the Workforce of the Future.

Alexandra recently became a partner with organizational development firm PeopleResults. She consults and writes on leadership development, human resources, technology adoption, entrepreneurship, innovation, career and workplace trends on behalf of numerous Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Canon, Deloitte, DeVry University, Intuit, SilkRoad, and Staples, and has spoken on these topics at hundreds of organizations around the world including Abbott, ADP, Bank of America, Cardinal Health, Campbell Soup, Exelon, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Human Capital Institute, McDonalds, Microsoft, PepsiCo, the Society of Human Resource Management, and Whirlpool.

In the last several years, Alexandra has conducted proprietary research on the future of work, technology adoption, the millennial generation, gender differences and bias, and the skills gap. She also served as a member of Business Roundtable’s Springboard Project, which advised the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of Defense on current employment issues.

Alexandra is also a frequent national media spokesperson and is regularly featured in outlets including USA Today, National Public Radio, CNN, ABC News, CNBC, Forbes, the Associated Press, and Glamour. She was named an American Management Association Top Leader for two years in a row and has also been Money Magazine’s Online Career Expert of the Year and the author of one of Forbes’ best websites for women.

A member of the Northwestern University Council of 100 and the Young Entrepreneur Council, Alexandra received the prestigious Emerging Leader Award from her alma mater. The award honors a Northwestern graduate under 35 who had made a significant impact in her field and in society. She was also just named to the Thinkers50's Class of 2019. This global organization identifies the individuals developing the most compelling business and management ideas of our age. She resides in Chicago, IL.


Jennifer K. Hill interviews author and CEO, Julian Brass, about his new book Own Your Anxiety.  Brass shares tools from his book for managing stressful situations and turning one’s anxiety into a superpower. Brass emphasizes how top athletes and performers harness their anxiety and turn it into excitement for greater success.

Julian Brass is the founder and former CEO of award-winning Canadian media company (Notable Life), a front-running online brand dedicated to inspiring driven Millennials to live a notable life. On an ever-expanding journey of exploring natural lifestyles such as holistic health and wellness, spirituality, yoga, and positive psychology, Julian has trained and collaborated with yogis from India, rabbis and priests in Jerusalem, top medical doctors in NYC, and some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world. As an international keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, coach, teacher, and healer, Julian aims to leave every person he connects with ready to own not just anxiety, but to truly own their lives. Follow him on Instagram @julianbrass.


Jennifer Hill interviews author, speaker and entrepreneur, Jeffrey Hayzlett, about his latest book “ The Hero Factor: How Great Leaders Transform Organizations and Create Winning Cultures.” Hayzlett shares about companies who are part of the “hero club” and what the hero club entails. He explains that the hero club and the hero factor is about companies that have vision and values, as well as profitable organizational structures. Haylzett emphasizes how all generations want to work for a great company culture and how leaders can learn to foster this culture. Hayzlett also discusses what makes a great leader.

Jeffrey Hayzlett is a primetime television host of C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett and Executive Perspectives on C-Suite TV, and business podcast host of All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett on C-Suite Radio. He is a global business celebrity, speaker, best-selling author, and Chairman and CEO of C-Suite Network, home of the world’s most trusted network of C-Suite leaders. Hayzlett is a well-traveled public speaker, former Fortune 100 CMO, and author of four best-selling business books: Think Big, Act Bigger: The Rewards of Being Relentless, Running the Gauntlet, The Mirror Test and The Hero Factor: How Great Leaders Transform Organizations and Create Winning Cultures. Hayzlett is one of the most compelling figures in business today and an inductee into the National Speakers Association’s Speaker Hall of Fame.

As a leading business expert, Hayzlett is frequently cited in Forbes, SUCCESS, Mashable, Marketing Week and Chief Executive, among many others. He shares his executive insight and commentary on television networks like Bloomberg, MSNBC, Fox Business, and C-Suite TV. Hayzlett is a former Bloomberg contributing editor and primetime host, and has appeared as a guest celebrity judge on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice with Donald Trump for three seasons. He is a turnaround architect of the highest order, a maverick marketer and c-suite executive who delivers scalable campaigns, embraces traditional modes of customer engagement, and possesses a remarkable cachet of mentorship, corporate governance, and brand building.


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and entrepreneur, Jason Zook, about his new book “Own Your Weird.” Zook offers suggestions for transitioning from a 9-5pm job into something that brings joy and happiness. Zook emphasizes owning what makes you different and learning how to capitalize on it. Zook also offers tools for creating a blueprint to greater authenticity and success.

Jason Zook is a serial entrepreneur who has made millions through various “weird” methods: wearing t-shires, auctioning off his last name (twice!), and selling off his future ( He has built online courses and software platforms, and has written for major media outlets including, CNBC, Business Insider and Huffington Post. He lives in San Diego, CA with his wife

December 2019


Jennifer Hill shares how integrity, impeccability and accountability can lead to your dream career in 2020. Hill focuses on the “Drama Triangle” and how to extricate yourself from it. She also discusses how to create a statement of intent and a daily declaration to manifest the new year of your dreams. Finally, Hill offers a tool to reflect back on 2019 and move into 2020 with a clean slate.

Jennifer K. Hill has appeared on many major news outlets around the world including: KNX Radio, BBC News, ABC, NBC, FOX and E! News, and has been quoted in numerous online articles as well including The Ladders and Glassdoor. In addition, Jennifer has been featured speaker for various conferences, law firms and corporations around the United States.

In 2010, Jennifer opened her own corporate/legal staffing company, JHill’s Staffing Services, Inc., which was acquired by Marcum Search LLC in February of 2018, where she became the President of the California Search Division until recently transitioning to a Consultant role with the company.

In 2013, Jennifer published her book “Stop Hoping, Start Hunting! A Job Seeker’s Guide to Finding a Dream Job.” She has also since published two widely acclaimed white papers focused on transformation in the legal industry.

Jennifer also hosts a weekly TV show called “MetaBizics” on and just co-founded a new business consulting company also called “MetaBizics.” Jennifer is very passionate about contributing to her community. She built her first school in Nepal in 2017 by partnering with and recently built her second school in Senegal in November of 2019.


Jennifer Hill discusses how labels can hold a person back with Dr. Andrew Gardella, an Access Consciousness facilitator. Dr. Gardella offers tools to observe our labels and to alter our perspective.

Dr. Andrew Gardella is chiropractor who has worked as an Access Consciousness since 2011. He graduated from school Magna Cum Laude with BAs in Biology, Psychology, Cognitive Science and then received a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Andrew is a certified practitioner of BodyTalk and an Access Consciousness facilitator. He facilitates Right Voice for You classes, a specialty program of Access Consciousness. He helps people to be the version of themselves they want to be.
Follow him on Twitter at @RightVoiceForU.


Jennifer Hill speaks with best-selling author and keynote speaker, Mike Abrashoff, about his book “It’s Your Ship.” Abrashoff discusses how to be a great leader and shares stories from his book. He offers tools for better listening and how any leader can make a good team great.

Mike Abrashoff is at the center of one of the most remarkable modern day stories of organizational transformation.
At 36, he was selected to be Commander of USS Benfold and was the most junior commanding officer in the Pacific fleet. The challenges of this underachieving destroyer were staggering, with low morale and the highest turnover rate in the Navy. Few thought the ship could improve. Yet 12 months later it was ranked #1 in performance -- using the same crew. How did Mike do it? By replacing command and control leadership with commitment and cohesion. The lesson was clear: Leadership matters and culture is everything.

Since leaving the Navy, Mike has worked with over 1200 organizations instilling leadership initiatives at every level – achieving phenomenal change in unexpected places. Leaders especially identify with Mike being accountable for results in an environment where he couldn’t make the rules. He focused on the one thing he could influence: his crew’s attitude, because culture is the ultimate competitive weapon for any organization. That’s why Wall Street Journal, Fast Company and others have cited Mike’s story. It’s also why Mike is so popular with such a wide range of audiences.

As a keynote speaker, Mike has spoken to every industry and kind of audience – from board retreats to front line personnel, from sales groups to universities, from Fortune 500s to startups. He tailors his message to focus on engagement, execution, change, safety, diversity, leadership, teamwork, innovation, accountability and more.


Jennifer Hill speaks with Zen priest, author and tech guru, Dan Zigmond, who was named one of the “20 Business Geniuses You Need to Know” by Wired magazine about his new book “Buddha's Office: The Ancient Art of Waking Up While Working Well.” Zigmond shares suggestions for dealing with conflict in the office and connecting to one’s inner “zen.” Zigmond also provides tools to become more mindful and discusses the benefits of mindfulness and meditation in business.

Dan Zigmond is a writer, data scientist, and Zen priest living in Menlo Park, CA. He has held positions at Google, Microsoft, and other tech companies, and is currently the Director of Analytics at Facebook. In May 2015, he was named one of the "20 Business Geniuses You Need to Know" by Wired magazine. He is also the co-author of Buddha's Diet: The Ancient Art of Losing Weight Without Losing Your Mind.


Jennifer Hill speaks with TEDx speaker, author and start-up expert, Steven Kahan, about the pros and cons of the start-up world. Kahan offers suggestions for how and where to find great start-up jobs. He also discusses what attributes start-ups are looking for and how to nail a start-up job interview.

Steven Mark Kahan has successfully helped to grow six start-up companies from early-stage development to going public or being sold, resulting in more than $3 billion in shareholder value. He is currently CMO at Thycotic, which will become the seventh.

Steve inspires teams and their organizations to take on the impossible and succeed. He has just written a book published by Wiley and Audible and available on  called “Be a Startup Superstar.  The book teaches those graduating college and young professionals how to earn a great living doing what they love by igniting their career at a tech startup.

November 2019


Jennifer Hill talks to business and life coach, Doris Schachenhofer, about how shifting one’s perspective can lead to greater happiness. Doris shares an Access Consciousness technique to help better understand and accept oneself and others in life. Doris also discusses how seeing the world through a new point of view can expand one’s ability to have lasting success.

Doris Schachenhofer is a business and communication coach, life mentor and facilitator for several Access Consciousness® special programs, including a pioneer for Joy of Business. She currently offers online workshops and consultations, serving clients all over the world. Drawing upon her nine years in social work, Doris seeks to break social paradigms around business, money and wealth creation. Follow Doris here and on Instagram.   


Jennifer Hill speaks with Dr. Habib Sadeghi who is an author and speaker, as well as the founder of Be Hive of Healing. Dr. Sadeghi shares about how our health is directly related to what is happening in our lives. He offers suggestions for handling toxic people and situations.

Habib Sadeghi, DO, FACEMIP, is founder of Be Hive of Healing Integrative Medical Center in Agoura Hills, CA.

He specializes in a multi-disciplinary approach to chronic illnesses such as cancer and auto-immune disease with comprehensive treatment protocols that incorporate a wide range of interventions. Some of these include osteopathic, anthroposophical, environmental, psychosomatic, family, and German new medicine. His success in integrating Eastern and Western treatment modalities has earned him a respected reputation resulting in a patient base that reaches around the world.


Jennifer Hill speaks with best-selling author, Frank Fiume II, about his new book “Running with My Head Down: An Entrepreneur’s Story of Passion, Perseverance, and Purpose.” Fiume’s new book became an immediate best-seller and is now available in airports around the world and on Amazon. Fiume shares his story of bankruptcy, loss and pivoting to find his life’s purpose. He discusses how a person can discover his or her life’s purpose and can become successful no matter what circumstances they find themselves faced with.

Frank V. Fiume II is a pioneer in the youth sports industry and the founder of i9 Sports the nation’s first and leading franchisor of youth leagues and camps. Since 2003, i9 has generated over $300 million with more than 2 million participants in 900 communities across 30 states nationwide. A baseball fanatic and native of Queens, New York, Frank graduated from St. John's University and began a career as a medical equipment sales rep, though he was determined to pursue his life's true purpose. So, in 1995, he created his own adult men's softball league, ABA Sports. The start-up company quickly grew to over 900 teams in just six years, making it the largest adult sports organization on Long Island.

In 2003, Frank sold ABA in order to create i9 Sports, a business that catapulted him to national recognition and that Entrepreneur magazine ranked as the #1 children's fitness franchise. Frank has been featured on Fox Business News, HBO Real Sports, and in dozens of publications and national news media outlets, including USA TodaySports Illustrated, and The Wall Street Journal. Frank sold i9 Sports in 2017 to a private equity firm, but remains a minority shareholder and member of the board of directors.

Fiume now resides in the Tampa Bay area with his wife of 25 years and their two children. For more information, visit Fiume’s website. Connect with Fiume on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Jennifer Hill asks award-winning author, G. Brian Benson, for secrets from his latest book “Habits for Success—Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar.” Benson shares the five simple tools he used to stay balanced when going through a life transition. He also discusses tips for handling various life challenges.

Brian Benson is the award-winning author of Brian’s List – 26 1/2 Easy To Use Ideas on How to Live A Fun, Balanced, and Healthy Life! This book won a Next Generation Indie Book Award in the Self-Help category. He also wrote Finding Your Voice, which was an award-winning Finalist in both the USA Book News and the Indie Excellence Book Awards.

His first children’s book Steve the Alien was an Amazon #1 Best-Seller and his second, Lucy and Chester’s Amazing Adventures! was an Amazon #1 New Release.

His new self-improvement book Habits for Success – Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar was an Amazon #1 Best-Seller and was selected as a Book Excellence Award Winner (international book contest) in the Motivational book category. 

October 2019


Jennifer Hill speaks to CEO and entrepreneur, Michael Contento, about how to optimize one’s time. Contento discusses what a person spends his or her time on, and how that can impact a person’s success. Contento also offers tips to create better time utilization.

Michael Contento is the entrepreneur whom other entrepreneurs consult for advice, in part because he achieved his success the old-fashioned way. The youngest boy in an Italian family of six children, Contento did not have the benefit of an MBA, or any post-secondary degrees. Instead, he worked his way up as an hourly worker making minimum wage to his current role as the CEO of My Blue Umbrella, a 40+-employee IT-services company with $12 million in revenue and a 15% compound annual growth rate. Today, Contento delivers simplicity in the form of tech management and consulting services to some of Canada’s highest-performing companies. His leadership of the Maple Leaf chapter of the Trust X Alliance, Ingram Micro's elite association of IT firms, won the group its first-ever chapter of the year award in 2014. Also the CEO of a chain of pharmacies located across the Greater Toronto Area, Contento owns and manages a large portfolio of real estate. His registered charity, Do Amazing Things, empowers the disadvantaged to fulfill their career ambitions. He was a EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist. Find him on LinkedIn at  


Jennifer Hill speaks with Dr. Mark Goulston about how people can learn to trust in a “don’t trust anyone” world. Dr. Goulston shares how deeper listening for something, can lead to more trustworthy and intimate relationships personally and professionally. Dr. Goulston discusses ways to listen to others in a more meaningful way.

Dr. Mark Goulston is a UCLA trained psychiatrist and was a professor of psychiatry there for more than twenty years. He is the author of seven books including, "Just Listen," which became the top book on listening in the world and Talking to Crazy, the Russian edition of which was entitled: How to Talk with A-holes, and which went viral in Russia. He speaks globally including India, Great Britain and Russia where he recently returned from speaking in Moscow where he introduced a completely new approach to communication that he will speak to us about. He is the host of the podcast, My Wakeup Call, and is the co-creator and moderator of the multi-award winning documentary, Stay Alive: An Intimate Conversation about Suicide Prevention. His current mission is to bring trust back into a don't trust anyone world.


Jennifer Hill talks with best-selling author and TEDx speaker, John Livesay about his new book “Better Selling Through Storytelling.” Livesay shares tips from his book on how to get out of the “friend zone” in business and to become the person who gets the promotion or raise they deserve. Livesay also discusses the four elements to a great story and how those elements can be applied to all areas of business.

John Livesay (aka “The Pitch Whisperer") is a highly sought-after keynote storytelling speaker and Forbes columnist.  During his talks, he shares the life-changing lessons he’s learned from his award-winning sales career at Conde Nast to help people become revenue rockstars by forming emotional connections with clients through stories. Livesay is the host of “The Successful Pitch” podcast, which is heard in over 60 countries.

His engaging and energetic TEDx talk, “Be the Lifeguard of Your Own Life,” has over one million views. Livesay’s popular topic, "How To Ask For What You Want And Get A Yes" has also made him a sought-after guest on dozens of broadcast outlets including "Breakfast with Larry King."


Jennifer Hill speaks with Lindy & Tom Schneider about what college students can do to get the most out of their college experience. They talk about a different type of GPA that involves finding great mentors and people to surround yourself with during college.

Lindy and Tom L. Schneider are speakers, authors, and independent college advisors who have helped thousands of young people for over two decades. Parents hire them to ensure their young adults navigate the dangerous decade of decision-making because most become lost, lonely, or left-behind between the ages of 18 – 28. The Schneiders help young adults create a plan of action for a great life, powerful relationships and lucrative careers with or without a college degree.

They are the founders of and offer a leadership and success system for college-bound students. For their book, College Secrets of Highly Successful People: Keys to Launching a Great Life, the Schneiders interviewed and/or researched over 90 CEOS and celebrities. They discovered and reveal the surprising things that Denzel Washington, Carrie Underwood, Warren Buffett and others did when they were just college kids that launched their success, and anyone can imitate!  

Tom and Lindy Schneider have been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox the CW and Inside Edition. Lindy is also a contributing author for ten books in the New York Times bestselling series, Chicken Soup for the Soul.

September 2019


Jennifer Hill asks award-winning author, Hilary Jane Grosskopf, “What makes a great leader?” Grosskopf shares strategies from her books on how to become a better leader and discusses key principles in leadership. Grosskopf also discusses how she applies yoga principles in business.

HILARY JANE GROSSKOPF is a leadership strategist, award-winning author, entrepreneur, and yoga teacher. Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Hilary began her career as a systems engineer in the corporate world of retail supply chain. Hilary soon realized that leading a team is often the most challenging aspect of working in a company and modern leaders are not equipped with the leadership skills and mindset they need to truly succeed. As a leader, Hilary developed essential systems and exercises to guide and motivate her team toward greater productivity, progress, and engagement. Hilary’s company, Awake Leadership Solutions, helps leaders build the teams of their dreams, reach their objectives, and strengthen their leadership skills. She is known for her unique workshops and original techniques for team alignment and engagement, including Role Mapping and Team Vision Mapping. Hilary is the author of two leadership guidebooks, Awake Leadership: A System for Leading with Clarity and Creativity and Awake Ethics: A System for Aligning Your Action with Your Core Intentions. Hilary holds both an undergraduate and graduate degree from University of Pennsylvania. Hilary is based in the Bay Area of California but travels around the world to lead workshops, speak, and coach leaders.


Jennifer Hill speaks with mediation and conflict resolution expert, Lee Jay Berman, about how to approach various types conflicts in one’s life. Berman offers suggestions for negotiating raises and promotions. Berman also offers solutions to workplace upsets through using particular language. Berman discusses how to understand the different types of personalities and how each personality type may approach conflict differently.

Lee Jay Berman began as a full-time mediator 24 years ago, and has successfully mediated over 2,300 matters. He specializes in business and partnership disputes, both in and out of the litigation setting, with an emphasis on family-owned and closely held businesses, and in the entertainment business, where he has been called the “Band Whisperer” for keeping successful performing acts together and working smoothly as a high performing cohesive unit. As a mediator, he is a national panelist with the American Arbitration Association, a Distinguished Fellow with the International Academy of Mediators, a Charter Diplomat with the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, certified by the International Mediation Institute, and a Dispute Resolution Expert with the United Nations Development Programme. He was Mediator of the Year for the US Bankruptcy Court in California, California’s Daily Journal twice named him “Top Neutral”, Acquisition International Magazine awarded him “Mediator of the Year – California” in 2012-2018, and he has been voted by his colleagues into the Who’s Who of International Commercial Mediation in 2012-2018. The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals awarded him “Distinguished Neutral of the Year” in 2017. He has also received Corporate Insider 2017 Legal Awards for Mediation Firm of the Year – California. Recently, Acquisition International Magazine awarded him “Leading Mediator of the Year – the USA” in 2018. He has also been named “Mediator of the Year 2019” by Corporate Insider Magazine, “Leading Conflict Resolution: Training Provider of the Year 2018” by Acquisition International Magazine, “Most Outstanding Mediator and Executive Coach 2018” by Acquisition International Magazine, and “Excellence in Mediation Services 2018” by Corporate Insider Magazine. As an executive coach, he carries a roster of 20-25 executives that he is coaching at any time. His coaching work has spanned from the highest levels of the world’s largest professional service firms (strategic consulting firms, accounting and law firms), to c-suite executives in fortune 500 businesses, to chief justices at the highest levels of state courts. A respected trainer, he founded the American Institute of Mediation, leaving his position as Director of Pepperdine Law School's Mediating the Litigated Case program after seven years. In addition to lecturing and training at Pepperdine, he has also done so at many other academic institutions around the globe. Lee Jay has trained judges, attorneys and business leaders in India, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the Middle East. As an author, he has published numerous articles on topics including mediation, negotiation, ethics, and leadership. Along with his blog Eye On Conflict, the ABA will be publishing two of his books in 2018 and 2019


Jennifer Hill asks author and speaker, Robin Moriarty Ph. D, about her new book What Game Are You Playing?: A Framework for Redefining Success and Achieving What Matters Most.” Dr. Moriarty discusses principles from the book. She offers tools on how to find out what matters most to you so that you can play your game and not your culture or your family or society’s game.

Robin Moriarty, PhD, is a global business executive, speaker, author, adjunct professor, and thought leader for businesses and non-profit organizations. She has lived on four continents and traveled to 60+ countries.  Over the course of her career, Dr. Moriarty has focused on aligning businesses with opportunities to create positive societal impact in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. As adjunct professor at The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, Dr. Moriarty taught cross-cultural leadership to future global leaders. She regularly shares her observations and advice on navigating complex work and life questions through speaking engagements for students and professionals and on her website,


Guest host Alyson Garrido talks with Tracey Beard about how we can support the young people in your lives with career planning. They discuss the importance of knowing yourself from a young age and how your personality and natural tendencies come into play. Although the episode could be called Get Your Child The Job, the advice is applicable for anyone who would like to know themselves and motivations better.

Tracey Beard solves the frustration that high school and university students and their parents parents experience in identifying a student's ideal career. She uses psychometric tools, personalized coaching strategies and genuine concern to help clients get excited about their possibilities.

Her newest endeavor, Kids Matter NZ, helps parents take a holistic approach to supporting students in career exploration. Tracy has recently won the Social Conscious Excellence award in the Network New Zealand Business Awards and last year she was a finalist for the BDO Professional Services Award.

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Alyson Garrido is passionate about helping professionals advance their careers and find jobs they will enjoy. As a career coach, she partners with her clients to identify their strengths and create a path toward a more fulfilling career. Alyson provides support around preparing for interviews, performance reviews and salary negotiations, ensuring that you present yourself in the best possible light for job search and career advancement. Learn more or book a session with Alyson by visiting


Guest host Alyson Garrido talks with Kathryn Jackson about resilience in job search and at work. They discuss how we can more consciously build our own wellbeing and resilience at work based in the 4 foundations of resilience - emotional honesty, self care, connectedness and learning.;

Kathryn is a Leadership Coach, specialising in working with managers and leaders to design and create confidence, career success and resilience – and then helping them to understand how to support their team in achieving the same.

She is also the author of Resilience at Work: Practical Tools for Career Success. This book is an essential guide to maintaining resilience in this ever-changing environment, whether you are working in a turbulent field, navigating the job market or simply trying to realise your career ambitions.

Based on Kathryn's own experience of working under extreme circumstances in post-earthquake Christchurch, New Zealand and enhanced by collaboration with leading resilience experts from around the world, this book is packed with stories, resources and personal coaching to support you to: learn about the importance of emotional honesty as a foundation for true resilience, explore how your levels of self-care influence your ability to re-energise and stay strong, consider how having the right sort of connections play a part in your ability to flourish, reflect on how you have been learning (and changing) along your journey to resilience. Learn more by visiting ;

Alyson Garrido is passionate about helping professionals advance their careers and find jobs they will enjoy. As a career coach, she partners with her clients to identify their strengths and create a path toward a more fulfilling career. Alyson provides support around preparing for interviews, performance reviews and salary negotiations, ensuring that you present yourself in the best possible light for job search and career advancement. Learn more or book a session with Alyson by visiting

August 2019


Jennifer Hill speaks with leader, author and speaker, Crystal Andrus Morissette about the mother, child and adult archetypes. Crystal discusses how a person can reconcile the various parts/archetypes of their personalities to finder greater fulfillment personally and professionally. and

International best-selling author, Emotional Age and communication expert, and women’s advocate Crystal Andrus Morissette is a worldwide leader in the field of self-discovery and personal transformation. She is the founder of the S.W.A.T. Institute (Simply Woman Accredited Trainer), an empowerment coach certification exclusively for women that she created with fellow female visionaries Louise Hay, Marianne Williamson, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Colette Baron-Reid, and Sandra Anne Taylor, among others. Crystal is the author of several best-selling books, including “The Emotional Edge: Discover Your Inner Age, Ignite Your Hidden Strengths and Reroute Misdirected Fear to Live Your Fullest.” She is also certified in nutrition and sports medicine. Crystal overcame seemingly insurmountable odds – her parents’ turbulent divorce, rape, abuse, homelessness, cervical cancer, a traumatic head injury, and more – to create a life of joy and purpose. Now, she is helping women all over the world to do the same. Crystal has appeared on, the New York Post, Fox TV, the Daily Mail, CBS Radio, CTV, CityTV, Global TV, Slice TV, the Globe and Mail, and the Toronto Star. She lives in southern Ontario with her husband and two daughters.


Jennifer K. Hill interviews author, coach and speaker, Kourtney Whitehead, about her new book “Working Whole.” Whitehead shares about the importance of patience in one’s job search. Whitehead also offers suggestions for handling burnout and frustration. She provides tips for finding lasting fulfillment and happiness in one’s personal and professional life.

Kourtney Whitehead has focused her career on helping people reach their work goals, from executive searches to counseling to career transitions, through her positions at top executive recruiting firms and consulting companies. Her site,, is an online community focused on supporting the creation of spiritually centered work lives. She is a sought-after speaker and podcast guest. She is a regular contributor for on careers and fulfillment. Her new book, Working Whole, shares how to unite spiritual and work life.


Jennifer Hill interviews author and leadership expert, Vicki Brackett, about her book “The Leadership Toolbox.” Brackett shares ways to instill leadership qualities in any individual. She also offers tools from her book that job seekers can apply to climb the corporate ladder and be promoted.

Vicki Brackett has spent decades helping small, mid-sized, and Fortune 500 companies increase performance, revenue, and profitability while simultaneously building deep leadership benches that are nimble and consistently ready for changing market conditions.

While leading organizations from 50 to over 2000 employees, Vicki created a set of leadership tools that engage employees and leaders. Utilizing these proven tools, she helps build successful organizations that perform at the highest standards.  Her no nonsense, passionate, and down to earth approach inspires employee engagement and authentic inclusion, while creating deep customer and client relationships.

Vicki has been interviewed by Forbes, Fast Company, Fortune Magazine, The New York Post, CFO Magazine, CEO Magazine, Women Retail Leadership, Houston Women, Diversity Women, Training Magazine and a host of other publications, news outlets and podcasts on her creative employee engagement and leadership development strategies.

Today, Vicki is a key note speaker and the Chief Operating Officer of Sinousia (Sin-oo-c-ah).  She speaks on how leaders can drive strategic planning, employee engagement, leadership development and  process re-engineering to move key performance indicators in the right direction, all while increasing employee satisfaction. 

To engage Vicki as a key note speaker or to inquire about volume discounts for your organization, please contact


Jennifer Hill talks with author and speaker, Dr. Paul White, about the latest version of his book “The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.” Dr. White shares new research and discusses ways that employers can create a healthier culture where employees are likely to stay longer. Dr. White also discusses the different ways that various generations prefer to be appreciated.

Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant who makes work relationships work. He has written articles for and been interviewed by Bloomberg’s Business Week, CNN/,, Fast Company,, Huffington Post LIVE, U.S. News and World Report, and Yahoo! Finance. As a speaker and trainer, Dr. White has taught around the world, including North America, Europe, South America, Asia, and the Caribbean. His expertise has been requested by Microsoft, Miller Coors, NASA, the Million Dollar Round Table, ExxonMobil, the Milken Institute, DIRECTV, the Salvation Army, Princeton University, Dartmouth College, Napa Valley Community Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Compassion International, and numerous other national organizations. Dr. White is the coauthor of three books including, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, written with Dr. Gary Chapman (author of the #1 NY Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages), which has sold over 250,000 copies. Based on their extensive research and expertise, Dr. White and Dr. Chapman have developed a unique way for organizations to motivate employees that leads to increased job satisfaction, higher employee performance and enhanced levels of trust. Their online assessment tool, Motivating by Appreciation Inventory, has been taken by over 110,000 employees and their Appreciation at Work training resources have been used by numerous corporations, colleges and universities, medical facilities, schools, non-profit organizations, and government agencies, and is used in over 25 countries. In his most recent book, The Vibrant Workplace: Overcoming the Obstacles to Building a Culture of Appreciation, (just released in April 2017), Dr. White identifies the top 10 obstacles encountered in trying to build appreciation into an organization’s culture, and how to overcome these challenges successfully.

July 2019


Jennifer Hill speaks with CEO and founder of Sub Rosa, Michael Ventura, about why empathy is important in the workplace. Ventura discusses the 3 types of empathy and how a person can enhance his or her ability to be empathetic. Ventura also describes the 7 archetypes of empathy, and how a person can develop his or herself in each of those archetypes.

Michael Ventura is the CEO and founder of Sub Rosa, a strategy and design firm that has worked with some of the world's largest and most important brands, organizations and start-ups: from Johnson & Johnson, Pantone, and Adobe to the TED Conference, Delta Airlines and The Daily Show. Michael has served as a board member and adviser to a variety of organizations, including Behance, the Burning Man Project, Cooper-Hewitt, and the U.N.'s Tribal Link Foundation. He is also a visiting lecturer at institutions such as Princeton University and the United States Military Academy at West Point. In addition to these pursuits, Michael leads a thriving indigenous medicine practice, where he helps patients address illness and injury of all types on the road to better well-being. A passionate entrepreneur, he also owns and operates a globally recognized design store in New York's West Village with his wife, Caroline. Applied Empathy, his first book, was published by Simon & Schuster in May 2018.


Guest host Alyson Garrido talks with Sandy Abrams about her book, Breathe to Succeed which helps people utilize  a variety of simple breath techniques to access their optimal energy and manage their emotions in the moment. They discussed ways to become self-aware of negative thought patterns/behavior and rewire your brain with positive new habits.

Sandy Abrams is a longtime entrepreneur,  author of Your Idea, Inc. (2010), and now "Breathe to Succeed,"  published May 1 is endorsed by Arianna Huffington, Mark Bertolini (Former CEO Aetna), and executives from SAP, Sage software and the US Air Force. She's been a contributor on HuffPost and Thrive Global sharing insights on small business, entrepreneurial life and health/wellness. She credits her sanity and success to 30 years of taking the principles of yoga and breath practice off the mat and into her entrepreneurial life. She's consulted as a small business thought leader for brands like Capital One, LegalZoom, Sage software, and Marriott. Sandy leads "Breathe to Succeed" experiences to share the power of breath for success and wellness. She's led these at Google, Universal Music, WW (formerly Weight Watchers), Saje Wellness stores and many women's and entrepreneurial events. 

Alyson Garrido is passionate about helping professionals advance their careers and find jobs they will enjoy. As a career coach, she partners with her clients to identify their strengths and create a path toward a more fulfilling career. Alyson provides support around preparing for interviews, performance reviews and salary negotiations, ensuring that you present yourself in the best possible light for job search and career advancement. Learn more or book a session with Alyson by visiting


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and speaker, Laura Gassner Otting, about her latest book “How to Ignore Everybody, Carve Your Own Path, and Live Your Best Life.” Laura discusses how to connect to one’s confidence and find lasting happiness and fulfillment. She also offers a complimentary quiz on how to see what really matters to a person and which area they are most confident in.

Laura Gassner Otting helps people get "unstuck" ― and achieve extraordinary results. As founder of Limitless Possibility, Laura collaborates with entrepreneurs and investors to push past the doubt and indecision that consign great ideas to limbo. She delivers strategic thinking, well-honed wisdom, and catalytic perspective informed by decades of navigating change across the start-up, nonprofit, political, and philanthropic landscapes.

Laura's 25-year resume is defined by her entrepreneurial edge.

She served as a Presidential Appointee in Bill Clinton's White House, helping shape AmeriCorps; left a leadership role at respected nonprofit search firm, Isaacson, Miller, to expand the startup; and founded and ran the Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group, which partnered with the full gamut of mission driven nonprofit executives, from start-up dreamers to scaling social entrepreneurs to global philanthropists.

In addition to Limitless: How to Ignore Everybody, Carve Your Own Path, and Live Your Best Life, she is also the author of Mission-Driven: Moving from Profit to Purpose, a book for those moving from profit to purpose. Through her own commitment to give back, Laura has helped build a local Montessori school, co-founded a women's philanthropic initiative, advised a start-up national women's PAC, grew a citizen-leadership development program, and completed three charity-inspired marathons―projects emblematic of her passions and values. She's turned on by the audacity of The Big Idea and that larger-than-life goal you just can't seem to shake. She's an instigator, a motivator, and a provocateur, and she's never met a revolution she didn't like.


Jennifer Hill speaks with entrepreneur and marketing expert, Rhonda Moret, about what prevents women from getting raises and promotions in the workplace. Moret discusses how men and women can negotiate raises and promotions. Moret also discusses the work she does with her organization “Elevate for Her.” She also offers a free gift to any of our listeners who tune into the show to help them increase self-confidence and negotiate more effectively.

With over 20 years’ experience working in a marketing and business development capacity, Rhonda Moret is viewed as a truly holistic marketing practitioner. Having expertise in strategic marketing, public relations, digital and traditional advertising, and special events, she has worked with or for some of the world’ s most recognized brands including Universal Studios, Subway Restaurants, Nike Golf, the PGA of America, and the PGA TOUR.

Moret has also worked with several high- profile individuals including PGA great Tiger Woods, tennis legend Billie Jean King, NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner, MLB Hall of Famer Randy Johnson, New York Times bestselling author Robert Kiyosaki, and even Donald Trump ( President of the United States) .

Over the course of her professional career, Moret' s work and viewpoints have garnered media attention as she has been interviewed by The Washington Post, Adobe’ s CMO. com, The Business Journal, PBS, USA Today, and several other media outlets.


Jennifer Hill speaks with tech entrepreneur and CEO, Jay Srinivasan, about AI and machine learning. Jay discusses how it impacts the workplace. Jay shares how he created two successful start-ups and explains what led him to create Spoke, a company that provides solutions for repetitive tasks. Jay emphasizes how Spoke and other types of AI are designed to provide more time to employees. Jay compares this type of machine learning to Iron Man’s suit in the Marvel Universe. Jay explains that it gives job seekers super powers to do their jobs more effectively.

Jay Srinivasan is the Co-founder and CEO of Spoke, built from the ground up to power the on-demand workplace and deliver immediate access to knowledge and support. Spoke’s AI help desk answers repetitive employee questions about payroll, benefits, policies and IT issues, freeing up internal support teams (like IT, HR, and Operations) to focus on more important work.

June 2019


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and behavioral scientist, Frederic Lucas-Conwell, about his GRI system which helps employers and job seekers better understand what career is best for them. Frederic shares the benefits of understanding how one is designed and how to choose a career that best meets that design.

Frederic also offered a 30% discount off of his GRI analysis through July 1st, 2019. To use this discount, type in JOBGRI in the coupon section when checking out.

Frederic Lucas-Conwell is a behavioral scientist and serial entrepreneur passionate about what motivates people in the workplace. He is a recovering engineer who bootstrapped his first company at a young age and grew it with VC-funding - making all the people mistakes imaginable along the way. That's when he then turned to organizational behavior. He co-founded Growth Resources and the GRI system ( in 2012 to transform recruitment and talent management. The GRI includes online tools, a revolutionary proprietary behavior survey, and methodologies licensed to its customers.  

With more than twenty years of experience in organizational behavior, Frederic has consulted with companies of all sizes, from startups to Global 500, on organizational management, recruitment, and leadership development, as well as run hundreds of seminars for executives, managers, and HR professionals across five continents. Frederic is the author of two books: lead Beyond Intuition and Discover the Best in You. He is a regular speaker at Stanford, Watermark, and SV Forum. Frederic holds a Ph.D. in organizational behavior with honors from the Université Paris-Dauphine, France. He lives in Palo Alto, California, with his family, dog and parrot.


Jennifer Hill speaks with trainer and coach, Mary Jo Lorei, about how one can create balance between the personal and professional. Mary Jo and Jennifer role play what balance means, and how by shifting one’s perception of balance, a person can create greater balance in all areas of their lives.

Mary Jo Lorei is an accomplished facilitator/coach and a Self-Mastery Mentor of all those who seek their next level. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals and over a decade of facilitating dynamic group encounters. She uses her intuition and deep connection with the human spirit to support others in developing their inner compass and creating energetic lives.

Having completed multiple intensive facilitator/coaching programs, Mary Jo uses her gifts and continual development of her skills to forward all she encounters. She is a compassionate mirror, a stealth truth seeker, and is passionate about living vibrantly.


Jennifer Hill interviews author & speaker, Katrina McGhee, about her new book “Be Bold, Be Brilliant, Be You.” Katrina shares what stops women from getting promoted and how to pivot after a bad review. Katrina also shares the importance of self-awareness and how to show up as your best self.

Katrina McGhee, best-selling author, career strategist and former EVP and Chief Marketing Officer of Susan G. Komen for a Cure, has taught thousands of corporate Americans how to be happier and more successful in their careers. Long ago, she realized that, “everyone deserves to have it all." According to the 2018 "Women in the Workplace" study, 62% of the management positions are held by men while only 38% are held by women. McGhee asked herself why this is still the case and her answers led her to write this book.


"Women are smart, ambitious, and want to make a positive difference in the world. Yet it seems no matter how hard we work, between our personal and professional life, we feel like we’re always falling short in some area.” Katrina has come up with secrets to doing what you love for a living, while still enjoying a vibrant life.



Jennifer Hill interviews author, speaker & consultant, Mark Perna, about his new award winning book “Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations.” Mark offers suggestions to employers on how to connect their Generation Y & Generation Z staff to their passion and their purpose. He emphasizes the importance of helping these generations understand what “lifestyle” they want to pursue and how that aligns with the career they are choosing.

Mark C. Perna is the founder and CEO of TFS, a full-service strategic communications and consulting firm whose mission is to share and support every client’s passion for making a difference. Mark, a graduate of John Carroll University, has many years of experience addressing industry leaders on the topic of expanding their reach in an increasingly global marketplace. As an international expert on Generations Y and Z, Mark has devoted his career to empowering educators and employers to unleash the tremendous potential of today’s young people.

After successfully parenting two Millennials as a single father, Mark has become a passionate advocate for bridging the generational divides that are contributing to America’s profound skills gap. Parents, schools, districts, businesses, and state organizations across North America have successfully used Mark’s best practices, including the TFS Education with Purpose® philosophy and Career Tree® strategy, to connect more effectively with the younger generations. A dynamic and motivational public speaker, Mark frequently delivers keynote speeches at national and statewide events and spoke at Harvard University by special invitation.

At TFS, Mark heads an energetic team of talented professionals who share his vision of making a bigger difference in education and workforce development. TFS partners with schools, districts, businesses, and state organizations of all sizes nationwide to help them experience significant gains in enrollment, engagement, retention, and performance rates.

Mark has published numerous articles in national publications and interviews frequently on radio shows, television, and podcasts. His award-winning bestseller, Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations, was written to help educators, employers, and parents understand Generations Y and Z and inspire them to greater performance in all areas of life. Find out more about Mark and his work at

May 2019


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and international speaker, Hernani Alves, about how accountability can lead to greater success and happiness personally and professionally. Hernani also discusses how to work with people who can be emotional vampires.

Hernani Alves is an entrepreneur, author, international speaker, and executive consultant with over twenty years of business experience as a Sales Executive for a $3 Billion Company. He is the author of Balanced Accountability: Three Leadership Secrets to Win Hearts and Maximize Performance and the founder of Balanced IQ, a company that helps leaders build world-class teams focused on getting sustainable results in varying economic climates. His consulting work includes companies such as Starbucks, RE/Max Gold, GBB Wealth Management, Stanford University – Counselors, and others. You can read more about Hernani, Balanced IQ and the opportunity to have him speak at your next live event, podcast, online summit and conference at or by emailing him directly at


Guest host Alyson Garrido talks with Judith Gordon, JD about how to make the switch from busy to productive in your job search. Judith shares how to prioritize your to-do list and harness your 3Ms—mood, mindset and motivation to get the most out of the time you're spending looking for that next opportunity.

Judith is an EQ and Performance Coach having left the trenches of legal practice. As an attorney, she experienced firsthand the challenges of client demands, internal pressures, external drivers, and time constraints. At the core of her work is a commitment to thriving–both professionally and personally. Coupled with her coach training and experience teaching at UCLA School of Law, Judith has developed tools and programs for helping clients to improve their performance and feel better in the process, in short, to thrive. Learn more about Judith at

Alyson Garrido is passionate about helping professionals advance their careers and find jobs they will enjoy. As a career coach, she partners with her clients to identify their strengths and create a path toward a more fulfilling career. Alyson provides support around preparing for interviews, performance reviews and salary negotiations, ensuring that you present yourself in the best possible light for job search and career advancement. Learn more or book a session with Alyson by visiting


Jennifer Hill speaks with writing expert and author, Leigh Shulman, about how to break free from one's fears of writing. Leigh discusses the different types of writing and how to "free flow" write to be more effective at any writing projects from writing a resume to writing a book. 

Leigh Shulman is a degreed writing mentor with twenty years teaching experience under her belt. She's taught at universities and writing programs worldwide and founded The Workshop, her online writing community and Creative Revolution book writing retreats in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, New York Times and The Huffington Post among others. She currently lives in Argentina with her family where she writes and wonders if she's the only person on earth who doesn't like dulce de leche.


Jennifer Hill speaks with career expert and author, Jane Finkle, about her new book. Jane shares how introverts can be effective at advancing their careers and embracing online and in person networking. Jane offers suggestions on how introverts can prepare for business meetings and techniques to help speak up. She also discusses how introverts can be effective in interviews.

JANE FINKLE has 25 years of experience as a career coach for universities and has run her own career counseling firm since 2002. Prior to founding her practice, Finkle served as Associate Director of Career Services at the University of Pennsylvania, where she designed and administered career programs, developed resources, and provided career counseling and advice on employment trends for students and alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Wharton School. She created and led the “Wharton Career Discovery” seminar and served as liaison to recruiters from major corporations. Finkle is a member of the National Career Development Association, Middle Atlantic Career Counseling Association, and served on the Board of Dress for Success-Philadelphia. Finkle wrote a weekly column, “Career Blueprints”, for Abington Patch and has been published in the Huffington Post and Adirondack Life. She resides in Philadelphia, PA.

April 2019


Jennifer Hill talks to author, Dr. Natalia Peart, about her new book, “FutureProofed: How to Navigate Disruptive Change, Find Calm in Chaos, and Success in Work and Life.” Dr. Peart discusses how multi-tasking is bad for the brain. Dr. Peart also discusses how to find lasting happiness and better work/life balance.

Dr. Natalia Peart is author of the brand new book, “FutureProofed: How to Navigate Disruptive Change, Find Calm in Chaos, and Success in Work and Life” (Jan 2019)

MORE INFO: Dr. Natalia Peart, PhD, has more than 25 years’ experience as a clinical psychologist and an executive leadership consultant. She served as an adjunct professor at the University of Nebraska, where she taught Women in Leadership courses, as well as Creighton University’s College of Business Administration, where she taught Management of Nonprofit Organizations to MBA students. Natalia was also the Senior Director of the Corporate Executive Board, a provider of best practice research to leading global companies, and she served as Staff Psychologist at Johns Hopkins.

Dr. Peart completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Georgetown University and her clinical internship at Harvard Medical School. Natalia received her PhD from the University of Maryland, and her B.A. from Brown University. She’s also served on the boards of Operation Hope, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and others.

Dr. Natalia Peart is also the former CEO of the Women’s Center for Advancement and former Consultant for The Gallup Organization, where she worked with companies in the financial services, medical devices, high tech, hospitality, retail and automotive industries on strategic and tactical management issues.


Jennifer Hill speaks with children’s book author, Anna Meriano, about how she created a successful children’s book series. She talks about how she was inspired to write from a very young age, and how she was able to partner with a literary packaging company to help get her first book published. She also emphasizes how writing can be a collaborative experience. Anna also mentions a new book that she is writing on the subject of her favorite sport: Quidditch.

Anna Meriano is the author of the Love Sugar Magic series, which has received starred reviews from Kirkus, School Library Journal, and Shelf Awareness. She grew up in Houston, Texas, graduated from Rice University with a degree in English, and earned her MFA in writing for children from the New School. Anna works as a tutor and part time teacher with Writers in the Schools, a Houston nonprofit that brings creative writing instruction into public schools. In her free time, she likes to knit, study American Sign Language, and play full-contact Quidditch.


Jennifer Hill asks Assistant Professor and author, Alexandrea Ravenelle about her book “Hustle & Gig.” Alexandrea shares cautionary tales from her research into the dangers of working in a gig economy job. She also shares what she found from the gig economy workers she interviewed, and ways to make working in the gig economy safer for workers.

Alexandrea J. Ravenelle is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Mercy College and Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Public Knowledge at NYU. Recently awarded an Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Knowledge Challenge grant, Ravenelle is currently working on her next project, After the Hustle, that examines the impact of high-status gig work and sudden platforms closing on gig economy entrepreneurs. Ravenelle's work has been published in The New York Times, Digital Sociologies and the Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.    


Jennifer Hill speakers with certified coach and author, Julie Boyer, about the patterns that stop people from finding lasting happiness and success. She also touches on the biggest mistake job seekers make when pursuing their dream jobs. Julie suggests ways to break old habits and to connect to your inner voice.

Julie Boyer helps women who are stuck in the wrong job create soul-fulfilling careers, so they can make a difference by doing what comes naturally to them. A highly trained and experienced coach, Julie helps women set down old patterns that have kept them stuck- and exhausted- for years, and expand into their natural strengths, confidence, passion and purpose. She believes work isn’t just a paycheck; it’s something that can lift us to new heights of happiness and meaning in our lives, if we take the right approach.

Julie is a Certified Professional Co-Active coach, CTI-trained leader, and Lucid Living Great Story Coach. She’s also author of the book Just Give Me Meaningful Work; Escape Your Exhausting Job and Start Making a Difference, which is a guide for getting unstuck and finding work you love. Julie offers grounded insight into how to realize a vision when there are many unknowns, and owes this to her years of experience as an artist- she holds her Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Through her Jumpstart to Loving Your Job  Again program, she’s coached lawyers, consultants, coaches, business owners, teachers, project managers, and more. She frequently holds events in the Boston area, where she lives with her little labradoodle, Zoe.


Jennifer Hill talks to author, speaker and C-level executive, Rhonda Vetere, about her new book “Grit & Grind.” Rhonda discusses the 10 principles for lasting success in business. She emphasizes “bone-deep confidence” and talks about pushing yourself out of your comfort zone.

Rhonda Vetere is a seasoned C-Suite technology icon, two-time author, mentor, speaker, and corporate athlete. A passionate leader in technology across industries, Rhonda has lived and worked internationally – in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Mumbai, and across India – and managed teams of more than 20,000 people and managed teams in over 162 countries. Rhonda is a change agent for digital transformation who has led the way for growth with more than 23 mergers and acquisitions at companies. She has worked in global executive positions at Estée Lauder Companies, AIG, HP Enterprise Services, Barclays / Lehman, Bank One / JPMorgan Chase, CompuServe, UUNET, MCI, and Worldcom.

As an industry expert and influencer, Vetere has been a keynote speaker and panelist at many conferences and events, including the World Economic Forum in Davos, WIT (Women in Technology) Connect, Microsoft Global CIO Summit, Dell EMC World, and the U.S. Vice Presidential Candidate Debate. Rhonda has been recognized with for her leadership and influence, notably as a multi-year Top 100 CIO/CTO Executive Leader in STEM by STEMconnector.

Grit & Grind is Vetere's second book – she is also the co-author of an HP special edition book, Enterprise Service Management for Dummies.

An avid sports fan and real-world corporate athlete, Rhonda stays focused and sharp by competing in marathons and triathlons on a regular basis – over 70 events thus far, including triathlons, half-marathons, marathons, and IRONMAN 70.3 mile triathlons. She recently ran 55 miles in the Serengeti as part of a girls and women's empowerment fundraiser: the first women-only run of its kind.

March 2019


Jennifer Hill speaks with entrepreneur and spiritual teacher at the Kabbalah Center, David Ghiyam, about the secrets to happiness and success. David discusses tools to overcome fears and connect to miracles. David also gives suggestions for dealing with challenging people and situations in a proactive way.

A self-made millionaire at 15-years-old, David was immersed in the investment world and medical field before experiencing a roller coaster ride on the financial spectrum. With his vast insight, he is a catalyst for people to realize that abundance and fulfillment begin on the inside with a strong spiritual practice. One of the leading Kabbalah teachers in the world, and a full-time volunteer, his understanding of self-transformation and global change are what contribute to his tremendous success. David and his wife currently live in Los Angeles.


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and podcast host, Kim Forrester, about tools for creating authentic goals. Kim discusses the secrets to creating lasting happiness personally and professionally. She also offers a step-by-step guide to create authentic goals and to connect to one’s purpose.

Kim Forrester is a mother, nature lover, global traveller, holistic wellbeing advocate and kindness enthusiast. As an award-winning author, educator and intuitive consultant, she combines cutting edge science with spiritual philosophy to inspire holistic wellbeing and fullness of living. She has featured in media throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the USA, and has been a regular contributor for a wide range of publications. Originally from New Zealand, Kim currently resides in Singapore with her family and a menagerie of animals


Jennifer Hill speaks with author, Brad Wallis, and his wife and fellow speaker, Kasey Wallis, about how to overcome feelings of lack and scarcity when it comes to landing one’s dream job. Brad and Kasey offer suggestions to increase confidence and trust oneself when making any important choice in life, career or other matters. They discuss a life altering event that dramatically shifted their perspectives and gave them access to this new wisdom.

Kasey and Brad Wallis are renowned speakers, global workshop leaders, and facilitators of consciousness and why we are here. Kasey and Brad have been interviewed on over 400 media outlets. They have been featured guests on TV, such as CNN, Fox News, NBC, and ABC, as well as on radio, Telesummits, podcasts, and as key speakers at consciousness expos. Since Brad's near-death experience, they have been conduits for an advanced intelligence named Julius, a Higher Light Teaching Group, who offers messages of empowerment and enlightenment for humanity.  For over 10 years, the Wallis’ have been inviting people worldwide to embrace their true limitlessness. Originally Kasey was trained as a hairdresser of 35 years, and Brad was drafted to play for a professional baseball team. They came together because of a car accident in 2007. Today Brad is the author of several books, while he and Kasey travel the country speaking, leading workshops and being interviewed. Through their programs, retreats, online courses, and personal readings, they guide and support people in eliminating judgement, resistances and lack in their life. Kasey and Brad (and the energy known as Julius that comes through to teach and guide) assist people to heal themselves, offer online classes as well as their latest workshop, R-Factoring, using unique techniques that heal repeated, negative patterns for people on a neurological level.


Brooke Loesby guest hosts and asks Randy Geiser: “What is the best question to ask at an interview to know if the culture is healthy?”  She also asks him: “How can you influence the health of your organization’s culture?”  Randy Greiser speaks with Brooke Loesby about his recent book “The Culture Question,” and how a healthy culture affects an organization’s bottom line.

Randy Grieser is the founder and CEO of ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership & Workplace Performance and the Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute. He is a visionary leader who, together with a team of employees and trainers, has positioned these organizations to be two of the premier providers of professional development training in the industry. Randy is the author of "The Ordinary Leader," and co-author of "The Culture Question." He gives presentations on leadership and management principles to a wide range of audiences in business, education, health, and government settings. He believes leadership requires us to always be intentional about what we do and how we do it.

To learn more about Randy and ACHIEVE, please visit

February 2019


Jennifer Hill asks author and TV personality, Judyth Jernudd: “How did you create a successful career in TV and transition into being an entrepreneur?” Judyth discusses her career and how she took risks in order to be successful. Judyth also shares about her organization COBE, that supports entrepreneurs with lasting success.

Judy Jernudd is a communication and performance improvement expert in Beverly Hills, CA. She is the founder of the Jernudd Company for Professional Development and COBE, the Collaboration of Brilliant Entrepreneurs and Executives, for Entrepreneurial Growth.

Judy's leadership skills surfaced early in the food and beverage industry when at age 16, she managed the first of her parent's six restaurants in Michigan. From the restaurant industry, Judy set her sights on Los Angeles to study journalism, which led to a career in Public Relations. She soon transitioned into television on KCBS in Los Angeles, the number two market in the country.

Her television career credits include entertainment news and consumer reporting on KTTV and KCOP in Los Angeles. She left LA for Miami to host AM South Florida, a live morning talk show on WTVJ. The New York based Executive Television tapped Judy to prepare executives from Fortune 500 companies for presentations and media interviews.

Judy's experience as a television newscaster and TV Talk personality provided her the opportunity for conversations and television interviews with several of the world’s influential personalities, including President Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Gov. Ann Richards, Meg Whitman, Magic Johnson, Tom Cruise, Tom Selleck, Coach Phil Jackson and Geena Davis. The extraordinary communication skills and success qualities of these icons are the basis for the Jernudd Company and COBE result focused programs and her propriety processes.


Jennifer Hill interviews author and global thought leader, Peng Joon, about his book: “The Content Multiplier Formula.” Peng explains how he went from earning $300 a month to millions per year and becoming a world famous author and speaker. Peng offers a step by step guide to leverage various social media platforms to create great success and more money.

Peng Joon is recognized as the authority on how to make big money through the internet.

He made his first million online selling products in the gaming space while he was living with his parents. Over the past 10 years he has built a following of over a million entrepreneurs, sold over 8 figures worth of products and services, and has enabled tens of thousands of people to build, grow and scale their online business.

As one of the most requested speakers in the world, Peng Joon has spoken in over 20+ countries and have shared the stage with Richard Branson, Tony Robbins, Robert Kiyosaki and many other thought leaders of this era.


Jennifer Hill speaks with change management expert and author, Meg Manke, about her new book “iX Leadership: Create High-Five Cultures and Guide Transformation.” Meg discusses how to motivate people and create greater productivity by understanding the four culture types: Fixer, Organizer, Independent and Stabilizer. She also discusses tools for creating change in the workplace.

Meg Manke has years of experience in leading through transition. From major changes in highly-regulated industries to managing through $100M acquisition, Meg has refined skills in understanding people through change. Her studies in organizational psychology and mastery in leadership concepts ensure that your people are taken care of. Period. Meg has a passion for helping others realize their full potential - breaking down social and personal barriers - changing their story. Her innate ability to recognize opportunity in weakness and present a strategic solution is unprecedented in today's business world. Meg is a ranch kid from western South Dakota, where she still puts in a hard day's work on the family place. Ranch life gave her stick-to-itiveness, passion for family and outdoors, and a touch of stubbornness. Meg is an avid runner, an advocate of the well-rounded education of youth, and a major supporter of finding humor in all things. Connect with Meg Manke @meg_manke. Learn more at


Jennifer Hill speaks with bestselling author, Jeffrey Gitomer, about the latest book he annotated called “Truthful Living: The First Writings of Napoleon Hill.” Jeffrey discusses the 5 point rule which says that success will be led by: confidence, enthusiasm, having a chief aim, performing more service than paid for, and concentration. Jeffrey also suggests that every person reads, writes, prepares, thinks and creates every day.

Jeffrey Gitomer is the New York Times bestselling author of thirteen books on personal development, attitude, and sales, including The Sales BibleThe Little Gold Book of Yes! Attitude21.5 Unbreakable Laws of Selling, and award-winning The Little Red Book of Selling, which has sold more than five million copies worldwide and is cited as an essential work in The 100 Best Business Books of All Time. Widely known as the King of Sales, Gitomer is a dynamic keynote speaker for leading companies around the world, whose social media footprint reaches millions. He is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

January 2019


Career expert, Brooke Loesby, guest hosts the show and interviews Brendon Watt. Brooke discusses with Brendon ways to shift one's reality to create greater success in all areas of life. Brendon also discusses how to embrace change and use it for one's greater good.

Brendon Watt is a speaker, entrepreneur, business and life mentor. He is the Australian CFO of Access Consciousness®, a set of simple-yet-profound tools currently transforming lives in 173 countries, and the facilitator of several special Access programs including Joy of Business. Drawing upon his transformation from a struggling tradesman and single dad to global speaker, Brendon facilitates classes and workshops all over the world, encouraging others to step out of judgment and into a more authentic, fulfilling life.


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and prior human intelligence training instructor for the Department of Defense, James Pyle, about his most recent book: “Control the Conversation: How to Charm, Deflect, and Defend Your position through Any Line of Questioning.” Jim emphasizing the importance of responding to a question rather than answering a question. Jennifer and Jim role play an interview question and discuss different ways to approach responding to interview questions.

JAMES O. PYLE is a human intelligence training instructor for the combined services of the Department of Defense. His “active” retirement from the US Army includes writing, acting, and inventing and he performs as a mobile DJ in and around his home in Springfield, VA.


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and speaker, Kathryn Sollmann, about her latest book “Ambition Redefined.” Kathryn suggests that women redefine ambition and look for ways to consistently work throughout their lives. Kathryn offers six options for women to work while raising a family and taking care of aging parents. Kathryn also offers suggestions of different websites that provide flexible job opportunities.

As an author, speaker and coach, my mission is to keep women working toward financial security in a flexible way—alongside child and aging parent caregiving roles.

In my book, Ambition Redefined, and in discussions with women nationwide, I encourage no-apologies independence from the “lean in”, “break the glass ceiling” mantra: my message is to find your own brand of ambition and success, take full advantage of today’s more flexible workplace, chart alternate career paths that accommodate and fund life and tuck all generations of your family into a future that is financially secure and safe.

A mother of two daughters (ages 18 and 27), I’ve worked non-stop since the age of 16 in many flexible ways. and fund life...

As my family needs ebbed and flowed, I negotiated flexible full-time and part-time schedules with demanding employers, launched a variety of entrepreneurial ventures solo and with partners, established independent marketing communications and career coaching practices, worked in a home office as a telecommuter and generated a wide range of freelance projects—while managing a household, carpooling, attending school plays, tending to sudden health issues of aging parents and in-laws, taking dogs to the vet and making yet another dinner.


Jennifer Hill speaks with Dr. Nancy O’Reilly about her new book “In This Together: How Successful women Support Each Other in Business and Life.” Dr. Nancy offers tools for overcoming barriers and biases that can prevent success. Dr. Nancy also discusses the importance of mentors and how to align oneself with great mentors.

International philanthropist, skilled horsewoman, and trailblazer for women’s empowerment, Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD, believes women who support each other in abundance and joy are the key to equality. A successful author and educator, she recently completed a new book, In This Together: How Successful Women Support Each Other in Business and Life (Adams Media/Simon & Schuster, January 2019).

Dr. Nancy founded Women Connect4Good, Inc., a social-profit [501(c)3] foundation that has provided support for many national and international charities. Her podcasts feature interviews with smart, amazing women, and her timely articles appear on popular national blogs. She previously authored Leading Women: 20 Influential Women Share Their Secrets to Leadership, Business, and Life and two other books. Dr. Nancy occasionally speaks to selected groups on women empowerment, self-confidence and the importance of women supporting other women.

Having earned numerous awards, Dr. Nancy was honored with other women, including Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, at the 2018 Canales Project in Washington DC. She serves on various boards of directors, and chairs the board for Take the Lead, Inc. whose mission is to prepare, develop, inspire and propel women to leadership parity across all sectors by 2025. She is a major supporter of the innovative program 50 Women Can Change the World––currently operating in media and entertainment, healthcare and finance––and the international work of Convoy of Hope.

A licensed psychologist, she has long served on the governor-appointed Missouri Committee of Psychologists. She previously acted as the director of a large employee assistance program and as a nationally certified crisis team leader in New York City after the 9/11 attacks. She invites all people of good will to join her in reaching out to support women in the pursuit of equality, safety and success.

December 2018


Jennifer Hill speaks with author, university professor and career expert, Diane Huth about how to create a new career in 2019. Diane offers suggestions on how and where to job hunt, as well as how to be effective at resume writing and networking. She also suggests marketing yourself as a consultant to take full advantage of the Gig Economy.

Diane Huth, The Accidental Career Coach, is a marketing guru, university professor, and author of 2 best-selling career guides. She wrote her first book BRAND YOU! To Land Your Dream Job to teach her students and young professionals how to find a great job, get hired, and jumpstart their careers. When she discovered the Baby Boomer unemployment crisis, she wrote her new book REINVENT YOUR CAREER - Beat Age Discrimination to Land Your Dream Job. She is the founder of, dedicated to changing the way America hires, inspires and retires its most experienced workers.


Jennifer Hill discusses ways to be effective at public speaking and interviewing with author and communication expert, Allison Shapira. Allison offers techniques to speak off the cuff and to answer difficult interview questions. Allison also offers tools to help prepare for any type of situation that calls for public speaking skills.

Allison Shapira is the CEO/Founder of Global Public Speaking LLC, a communication training firm that helps people speak clearly, concisely, and confidently. She is a former opera singer who teaches public speaking at the Harvard Kennedy School and has spent the last 15 years working with Fortune 50 companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations around the world. She has assembled a world-class team of public speaking experts who help professionals build their public speaking and presentation skills, executive presence, and media skills.

Allison works with global brands as a highly-rated speaker, trainer, and executive communication coach. She also travels around the world with the nonprofit Vital Voices Global Partnership, helping women leaders grow their business, run for office, or launch a non-profit organization. She holds a master’s degree in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School, is a member of the National Speakers Association, and is an internationally-renowned singer/songwriter who uses music as a way to help others find their voice and their courage to speak. She speaks Italian and Hebrew, has studied 8 other languages, and has led programs on site in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America.

Allison Shapira is the author of Speak with Impact: How to Command the Room and Influence Others, which was published by HarperCollins Leadership in October 2018.

She has spoken at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit and was a finalist for 2017 Woman Business Owner of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners, San Diego Chapter. She lives in Washington, DC.


Jennifer Hill talks to the Dean of University of California Irvine, Bill Mauer, about how he followed his passions and landed the role of Dean at a major university. Bill emphasizes the importance of humility, having great mentors and always asking others “What do you think?” Bill also gives suggestions for pursuing a career in administration. He suggests checking out the “Chronicles of Higher Education,” as well as, “The American Association of University Administrators.”

Bill Maurer, Ph.D., is dean of the School of Social Sciences and professor of anthropology; criminology, law and society; and law at the University of California, Irvine. An anthropologist, he is one of the world’s leading experts on money’s artifacts and technological systems, from cowrie shells to credit cards. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including most recently, How Would You Like to Pay? How Technology is Changing the Future of Money, and recently edited (with Lana Swartz) Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff. The director of the Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (, which was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Maurer coordinates research in over 40 countries on how new payment technologies impact poor people’s well-being. The Institute was named a Center of Excellence for financial technology by the Filene Research Institute, which supports the credit union industry. He is a founding member of the Future of Money Research Collaborative ( and is currently editing The Cultural History of Money, in six volumes, covering antiquity to the present. He recently received a grant from the US National Science Foundation for a new project on blockchain technology and the law, and is directing an interdisciplinary technology, law and society research group, also with NSF support. Maurer’s work has had an impact on U.S. and global policies for mobile payment and financial access, and it has been covered in venues ranging from Bloomberg Businessweek to The New York Times, Forbes and Marketplace. He was appointed to the Board on Behavioral, Cognitive and Sensory Sciences of the National Academy of Sciences in 2015. He also advised the Department of Treasury and Federal Reserve on the redesign of the U.S. paper currency, and has advised the British Museum and the Smithsonian on money-related artifacts and exhibitions. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Filene Research Institute. He received his bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Vassar College and his master’s and doctoral degrees in anthropology from Stanford University


Jennifer Hill asks career expert, Brooke Loesby: How can someone master the mindset for a successful career transition? Brookes offers several tools and techniques for making an effortless career transition and focuses on skills assessments to help someone plan their next move.

Growth occurs outside our comfort zone. Brooke Loesby serves as a trusted ally, resource, and sounding board for your transition and professional growth. She is skilled in helping navigate roadblocks and keeping you focused on your path. Brooke has a genuine passion and interest in your success. Guided by your inner voice, Brooke lends her creativity, inquisitiveness, and enthusiasm to help you manifest your calling.

Brooke’s approach is personalized and proactive; she works to clarify your aspirations and help you achieve your goals. Brooke’s clients range from humanitarian activists to media and fashion professionals, to start up entrepreneurs, and senior attorneys from Am Law 100 firms.

Before coaching, Brooke experienced several career transitions of her own: for three years, she worked in legislation on Capitol Hill, for Senator Larry E. Craig; as an attorney, Brooke practiced Labor and Employment law at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer and Feld; she then served as Assistant Director of Career Services at Loyola Law School, for six years. Brooke earned her Juris Doctor from Pepperdine Law School and her B.A. from University of Idaho. She enjoys hiking, vegetarian cooking, yoga, and meditation.


Jennifer Hill discusses how a person’s perspective can shape their personal and professional world. She differentiates between "reacting" vs. "responding" and offers ways to overcome our "animal instincts." Jennifer also offers tools to deal with challenging personalities in the workplace.

Jennifer Hill began recruiting in 2003 and has recruited for top tier law firms and corporations throughout the United States. Jennifer has appeared on many major news outlets around the world including: KNX Radio, BBC News, ABC, NBC, FOX and E! News, and has been quoted in numerous online articles as well including The Ladders and Glassdoor. In addition, Jennifer has been featured speaker for various conferences, law firms and corporations around the United States. In 2010, Jennifer opened her own corporate/legal staffing company, JHill’s Staffing Services, Inc., which was recently sold to Marcum Search LLC in February of 2018. Jennifer remains on as the President of JHill’s Staffing Services, a division of March Search and now runs their California offices.

Jennifer also hosts a weekly radio show on LA Talk Radio, called “Get Yourself the Job,” with over 30,000 listeners a month, where she interviews experts and authors from around the world on the subject of landing one’s dream job.

Jennifer has earned a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California Irvine, and currently is a part of the Dean’s Leadership Society with UCI. Jennifer is very passionate about contributing to her community and spends her spare time volunteering for organizations such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, SOS Mentor, and BuildOn. She recently used a portion of her company’s proceeds to build her first school in Nepal in 2017 and plans to build her next school in Senegal in April of 2018.

November 2018


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and cross-cultural consultant, Sharon Schweitzer, about the steps to increasing your Emotional Intelligence. Sharon notes that for every 1 point your EQ increases, your salary increases by $1300. Sharon also discusses the importance of our personal and social competencies.

A cross-cultural consultant, business etiquette expert and best-selling and international award-winning author, Sharon Schweitzer has built a career around understanding cultural differences and the tremendous role they play in building strong and successful international business relationships.

With more than 20 years of practical business and legal experience, Sharon provides a depth of international business consulting and training services to highly-motivated individuals, attorneys and corporate executives in global corporations and law firms. Her work and travels have taken her to more than 60 countries on seven continents. She speaks French and some Czech. Sharon is certified to administer the GCI (Global Competencies Inventory) and the IES (Intercultural Effectiveness Scale) intercultural assessments.

Sharon’s consulting and training expertise includes:

  • Cross-Cultural Training & Consulting
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Relocation & Destination Services
  • Business Etiquette Workshops and Break-Out Groups
  • Speaking Engagements & Panel Moderation
  • Keynote Presentations
  • University Sessions

Her drive to share comprehensive, cross-cultural knowledge stems from her life as a Third Culture Kid, her travels, and her earlier practice as an employment attorney, which involved resolving cultural conflict between employees and management.

Sharon is accredited in Intercultural Management from the Hofstede Centre in Finland and attended the Protocol School of Washington. She was a finalist in the 2015 Austin Chamber International Business Awards and an honoree in the City of Austin program “Celebrating the Entrepreneurial Spirit of Austin Women” in 2009. She is author of the Amazon #1 best-selling book in International Business, Access to Asia (3rd printing), named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2015.

Sharon lives in Austin with her husband John.


Jennifer Hill asks speaker, trainer, author and “inclusionist,” Ellie Krug, about her passion on how we can work towards greater compassion and acceptance personally and professionally. Ellie discusses her inclusion training techniques from her program “Gray Area Thinking” and explains how to connect rather than react to biases.

Ellen (Ellie) Krug (pronounced “Kroog”), while an Iowa civil trial attorney with 100+ trials, transitioned from male to female in 2009. She later became one of the few attorneys nationally to try jury cases in separate genders. From 2011 to 2016, she served as the executive director of Call for Justice, LLC, a Minneapolis legal nonprofit that was conferred an American Bar Association award for innovatively increasing legal access. The author of Getting to Ellen: A Memoir about Love, Honesty and Gender Change (2013), Ellie currently speaks, trains and consults on diversity and inclusion topics to governmental entities, court systems, corporations, law firms, social service organizations, and colleges and universities. A hopeless idealist, Ellie has presented her diversity and inclusion program, “Gray Area Thinking®” across the country. In 2016, Advocate Magazine named Ellie one of “25 Legal Advocates Fighting for Trans Rights.” She is a monthly columnist for Lavender Magazine and pens a widely-circulated monthly newsletter, The Ripple. Ellie views herself as an “Inclusionist” and founded an inclusion-oriented consulting company, Human Inspiration Works, LLC, in late 2016. In January 2017, Ellie launched her weekly radio and podcast show, “Hidden Edges Radio,” on AM950 in the Twin Cities. The show highlights our commonalities as we each work to survive the Human Condition. A year later, she launched “Ellie 2.0” about her belief in “practical idealism” and how each of us can play a role in fostering positive change in the world.


Jennifer Hill interviews social media expert, Spencer Smith, and talks to him about the secrets to social media in business and job hunting. Spencer suggests highlighting other people in your network to help build your own personal brand. Spence also suggests incorporating video into all of your social media posts for more traction.
Spencer Smith is the founder of and social media marketing company AmpliPhi, and an instructor at the University of Wisconsin and Rutgers University. He was formerly a VP of Sales for two Fortune 100 companies.
He's been called a "Social Media Expert" by Forbes, and his company AmpliPhi is the winner of the 2016, 2017 and 2018 InBusiness Magazine Executive Choice Award for Social Media Consulting Company. Spencer spoke at 74 events in 2017, including a presentation at the New York Stock Exchange in September. 
His debut book "ROTOMA: The ROI of Social Media Top of Mind" was featured in Forbes in late 2017, and is an Amazon Bestseller. Spencer contributes articles to both Marketing the Law Firm and various American Bar Association publications.


Jennifer Hill speaks to TED expert and coach, Mark Lovett, about how to create a great story and become a TED speaker. Mark talks about how to bring your unique twist to a TED talk and that your talk should cause the audience to think differently about the world.
A recovering c-level executive, Mark Lovett was saved by the art of storytelling. Leaving behind the corporate world, Mark now spends his time organizing TEDx events, such as TEDxSanDiego & TEDxYouth@SanDiego, teaching at UCSD Extension, plus coaching speakers and conducting workshops through his company, Storytelling with Impact. In the past 8 years Mark has attended 75+ TED/TEDx events and watched over 1,500 speakers take the stage to present their story. He shares the insights gained from his experience with those who want to deliver personal talks which have the power to impact the lives of others.

October 2018


Jennifer Hill speaks to author, Emma-Kate Swann, about her new book co-written with Bob Rosen: “Conscious: The Power of Awareness in Business and Life.” Emma-Kate discusses the 4 steps to elevating one’s consciousness: Go Deep, Think Big, Get Real and Step Up. She also suggests coming from “confident humility,” “constructive impatience,” and “realistic optimism” for a more successful and more conscious life.
Emma-Kate Swann serves as vice president of leadership and transformation at Healthy Companies International. Emma-Kate helps organizations navigate change by coaching executives to optimize their performance, and guiding teams to build more productive relationships. Trained in organizational psychology, Emma-Kate has led global leadership development initiatives focused on high potential employees.  She holds an M.A. in Organizational Psychology from the University of New South Wales and a B.A. in Psychology from Macquarie University. 


Jennifer Hill talks to author and culture expert, Karen Jaw-Madson, about her new book “Culture your Culture: Innovating Experience @Work.” Karen explains how you can have an impact on your company’s culture, even if you are not in a management role. She also discusses the importance in company culture in attracting and retaining top talent.
Organizational expert Karen Jaw-Madson enjoyed success as a corporate executive before pursuing a ‘portfolio career’ comprised of research, writing, consulting, teaching/speaking, and creative pursuits. As a versatile leader across multiple industries, Karen developed, led, and implemented numerous organizational initiatives around the globe. Today, this East Coast transplant to Silicon Valley (via Ireland and the Midwest) is principal of Co.-Design of Work Experience, where she enables organizations with innovative approaches and customized solutions for intimidating challenges. Focus areas include culture, organizational change, and people strategies. Her book, Culture Your Culture: Innovating Experiences @Work (Emerald Group Publishing) was released in June, 2018. She has a BA in Ethnic and Cultural Studies from Bryn Mawr College and a MA in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University


Jennifer Hill speaks to the "Pitch Whisperer," John Livesay, about how to make yourself go from invisible to irresistible. John gives tools for becoming a better storyteller and also offers a promo code to download a free copy of his book.
John Livesay is known as “The Pitch Whisperer.”  and as a sales keynote speaker, he helps salespeople become magnetic storytellers with the ability to make irresistible offers to their ideal clients.
John has captivated audiences in settings ranging from Anthem insurance to Coca-Cola’s CMO Summit. He is also the author of The Successful Pitch: Conversations On Going From Invisible To Investable and the host of “The Successful Pitch” podcast, which is heard in over 60 countries.
John has appeared on TV  as the expert on “How To Ask For What You Want And Get A Yes.”  During a 20-year career in media sales with Conde Nast, John worked across all 22 brands in their corporate division, and was the recipient of salesperson of the year honors.
John currently lives in Los Angeles with his two King Charles Spaniels who welcome him home after he returns from his keynote talks, reminding him of the importance of belly rubs


Jennifer Hill asks Chief Revenue Officer, Dave Woodward: “How do we discover our superpower?” Dave offers suggestions for identifying your strengths and that we should “hire out” our weaknesses. Dave offers tips for creating a second stream of revenue and following your passion.
Dave Woodward is Chief Business Development Officer and Chief Revenue Officer for ClickFunnels, the revolutionary online sales and marketing software designed as a simple-to-use, all-in-one marketing solution for entrepreneurs and business owners who want to market their services and products online. Dave hosts the weekly ClickFunnels Podcast, #FunnelHacker Radio.


Jennifer Hill speaks with coach, speaker and facilitator, Megan Hill, about how to find a dream job. Megan gives tools for finding out what brings you joy and gives suggestions for ways to stop reacting and start choosing what you want your life to look like.
For over 10 years Megan Hill has been the creative force behind marketing and communication strategies for companies and clients in travel, hospitality, events management, self-help, and more. She lives on the creative edge and invites her clients to always consider what will create the most in all aspects of marketing and business creation. She leads the creation and strategy for marketing and social media projects for Access Consciousness worldwide. She hosts a regular podcast; The What Else is Possible Show. She's is a facilitator, coach and speaker while also juggling the busy life of being a working mum. She enjoys traveling the world and empowering people to know that everything they desire IS possible through Right Riches for You, a specialty program of Access Consciousness. Follow on Twitter at @AccessMegan.

September 2018


Jennifer Hill asks resume writing expert, Michele Lando, "How do you put together a great resume?" Michele offers suggestions for how to format one’s resume and emphasizes making one’s resume unique. Michele says “It is all about having a results oriented resume.”
A native San Franciscan, Michele Lando is a Certified Professional Resume Writer and founder of She has a passion for helping others present the best version of themselves, both on paper and in person, and works to polish individuals' application package and personal style. Aiming to help create a perfect personal branding package, Write Styles presents tips to enhance your resume, professional appearance, and boost your confidence.


Jennifer Hill speaks to Labor & Employment expert, Mike Schmidt, about what employees and employers should know about various labor matters. Mike shares about the impact that social media has had on the workplace and how the workplace has changed significantly from the 1980’s to present.
Michael C. Schmidt is the vice chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, and the office managing partner of the New York Midtown office, where he is resident.
For more than two decades, Mike has concentrated his practice on representing companies and management in all facets of employment law. A substantial portion of Mike’s practice is devoted to maintaining collaborative relationships with his clients, and developing appropriate strategies to avoid litigation and minimize potential exposure in the area of employee relations. He has tried cases and argued appeals in federal and state courts, and has represented companies (non-union and union) in arbitration and before federal and state administrative agencies such as the EEOC, the New York State Division of Human Rights, the New York City Commission on Human Rights, the Department of Labor (state and federal), OSHA, and the National Labor Relations Board.
Beyond his regular client practice, Mike serves as the chairman of the board of directors of After-School All-Stars of New York, a New York chapter of a national charitable organization founded by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the mid-1990s to provide after-school and summer programs for inner-city youth. He also spends significant time providing pro bono counsel to various organizations and individuals who are less able to afford representation in times of need.  
Mike earned his undergraduate degree, with honors, from Brandeis University in 1990. He earned his law degree, with distinction, from Hofstra University School of Law in 1993, where he was a notes and comments editor of the Hofstra Law Review.


Jennifer Hill speaks about the consciousness behind job hunting and focuses on the “mental” side of the job search. She shares ways to set intentions, take action, as well as to create a “statement of intent” and a “daily declaration.”
Jennifer Hill began recruiting in 2003 and has recruited for top tier law firms and corporations throughout the United States. Jennifer has appeared on many major news outlets around the world including: KNX Radio, BBC News, ABC, NBC, FOX and E! News, and has been quoted in numerous online articles as well including The Ladders and Glassdoor. In addition, Jennifer has been featured speaker for various conferences, law firms and corporations around the United States. In 2010, Jennifer opened her own corporate/legal staffing company, JHill’s Staffing Services, Inc., which was recently sold to Marcum Search LLC in February of 2018. Jennifer remains on as the President of JHill’s Staffing Services, a division of March Search and now runs their California offices.
Jennifer also hosts a weekly radio show on LA Talk Radio, called “Get Yourself the Job,” with over 30,000 listeners a month, where she interviews experts and authors from around the world on the subject of landing one’s dream job.
Jennifer has earned a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California Irvine, and currently is a part of the Dean’s Leadership Society with UCI. Jennifer is very passionate about contributing to her community and spends her spare time volunteering for organizations such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, SOS Mentor, and BuildOn. She recently used a portion of her company’s proceeds to build her first school in Nepal in 2017 and plans to build her next school in Senegal in April of 2018.


Jennifer Hill speaks to career coach, Alyson Garrido, about what role networking plays in job hunting and how to be effective at networking. Alyson offers tips where and how to network, as well as, some “do’s” and “don’ts” when it comes to networking.
Alyson Garrido is passionate about helping professionals advance their careers and find jobs they will enjoy. As a career coach, she partners with her clients to identify their strengths and create a path toward a more fulfilling career. Alyson provides support around preparing for interviews, performance reviews and salary negotiations, ensuring that you present yourself in the best possible light for job search and career advancement.

August 2018


Jennifer Hill asks David Ochi, Executive Director of the ANTrepreneur Center at UCI, “What are the 15 competencies of entrepreneurship?” David shares about UCI’s entrepreneur program and offers suggestions on how to approach creating one’s own business.
David Ochi has over 25 years’ experience in early-stage companies having started his first enterprise – a tutoring company called A’s Unlimited - at the age of 13. Mr. Ochi ran this company for 11 years while attending high school, college and graduate school. Mr. Ochi utilized this experience to become an adjunct faculty member at the University of California, Irvine in 1999.
Mr. Ochi entered the world of technology in 2000 with the co-founding of Strevda LLC, a technology incubator. Mr. Ochi campaigned successfully for two rounds of investment funding for the nine projects. At its peak, Mr. Ochi managed and supervised nine incubation teams comprised of 95 persons.
In 2004, Mr. Ochi co-founded Websonic, LLC, a small business technology consulting firm focused on assisting small businesses utilize technology in a strategic manner. With over 200 clients, Mr. Ochi oversaw the marketing and finance operations of the company and provided managerial consulting for clients.
In 2006, Websonic LLC was sold so that Mr. Ochi could co-found Alpha Sprouts, an early-stage consulting company.
In 2010, Mr. Ochi co-founded what is now Sunnox Corporation, an innovator of sustainable energy solutions for private and municipal street lighting.
Mr. Ochi was the founding Executive Director of the ANTrepreneur Center at UCI and is the founding Director of New Ventures at UCI Applied Innovation. He is also currently the Chief Strategy Officer of Convert Coal, Inc., a cutting edge coal cleaning technology company based in the United States with initial market efforts in China, India, and throughout Europe.
Mr. Ochi currently sits on the Board of Directors of a half-dozen companies and is actively involved in the growth of 7 early-stage companies.
Mr. Ochi holds a B.A. in Political Science, a B.S. in Biological Sciences, and an M.B.A. from the University of California, Irvine. Additionally, Mr. Ochi graduated from the Keller Graduate School of Management with a Masters in Project Management.


Jennifer Hill speaks to author, Karen Mills-Alston, about her new book “10 Principles for a Life Worth Living.” Karen shares about several of these principles and gives suggestions on how to implement them into one’s daily life to create greater personal and professional happiness.
A daughter and granddaughter of practitioners in the New Thought-Ageless Wisdom tradition of spirituality, Karen Mills-Alston has literally been on her spiritual path since childhood. In 10 Principles for a Life Worth Living she now shares the rich legacy of three generations of women who have devoted their lives to spiritual principles and practices and proving their practical application in their lives.
After graduating from the University of Southern California with a degree in political science, Karen soon became a lobbyist for the City of Los Angeles where she influenced state legislation, an experience that nourished her humanitarian zeal to positively impact the larger community and society as a whole. She later lobbied for the Airport Transport Association, along with being the Regional Government Vice President for Alaska Airlines and Southwest Airlines, respectively.
In time, Karen became the wife and CAO to one of the most well known motivational speakers, John W. Alston, to whom she was married until he passed away in 2011. 10 Principles for a Life Worth Living is her tribute to their mutual commitment and work of assisting individuals in actualizing their calling in life, grounded in immutable spiritual principles and practices. Of their adult daughter, Lindsay, Karen says, “Every day she reminds me of how easy it is to love. And it is that spirit of love I offer to my readers in this book.”
Today, Karen serves on the Agape International Spiritual Center’s Board of Trustees. She is also a member of its Leadership Team, a coordinator for Agape Ministries, a facilitator of its Practitioner 1 Student Studies, and Director of Agape’s annual Revelation Conference. As an Agape Licensed Spiritual Practitioner (ALSP), she has a robust clientele that enthusiastically studies and practices the teachings found in 10 Principles for a Life Worth Living.


Jennifer Hill speaks to author & CEO, Allen Gannett, about his new book “The Creative Curve.” Allen says that we all have moments of creative genius and talks about how we can tap into those moments. Allen emphasizes the importance of timing and discusses other tools for unleashing one’s creativity.
ALLEN GANNETT is the founder and CEO of TrackMaven, a marketing analytics platform whose clients have included Microsoft, Marriott, Saks Fifth Avenue, Home Depot, Aetna, Honda, and GE. He has been on the “30 Under 30” lists for both Inc. and Forbes. He is a contributor for and has a new book The Creative Curve, on how anyone can achieve moments of creative genius published by Currency, a division of Penguin Random House. He was also once a very pitiful runner-up on Wheel of Fortune.


Jennifer Hill speaks with Ladan Davia, CEO of new job hunting site Beeya, about the job site’s platform. Ladan explains the algorithm that matches employers with employees by new screening questions and going a step beyond keyword matching.
Ladan Davia is a the CEO and Founder of Beeya. Beeya is a meta-search engine and employee matching platform that has partnerships with companies including Zip Recruiter, Indeed, and Nexxt. Her unique algorithm will match candidates with open job positions, filter to make sure all the jobs are new and relevant while also suggesting jobs to users. Prior to founding Beeya, she worked at Entertainment Tonight where she was pursuing her career as an on camera host. She was also the Founder and President of Excelerate Test Prep, a business she started in college aimed at helping students improve their scores on the SAT and ACT. Davia earned dual degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science from Chapman University.

July 2018


Jennifer Hill speaks with the President of nThrive, Rhonda Vetere, about what it took for her to get to the C-Suite and to create sustainable success. Rhonda discusses the attributes that leaders have, and the importance of taking care of yourself first before you can effectively lead a team.
Rhonda has worked across industries as a global executive and change agent at nThrive / Pamplona Capital Management, Estée Lauder Companies, AIG, HP Enterprise Services, Barclays / Lehman, Bank One / JPMorgan Chase, CompuServe, UUNET, MCI, and Worldcom.
She has lived and worked internationally – in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Mumbai, and across India – and has managed teams of up to 20,000 people. Vetere is also the co-author of an HP special edition book, “Enterprise Service Management for Dummies”.
With an ability to support mergers, create synergies across lines of business, and leverage her onshore/offshore experience, Rhonda is a results-oriented, client-focused executive and delivers value by driving technology improvements for cost and performance to drive the right business outcomes.
From her experience as Chief Technology Officer at Estée Lauder Companies, Rhonda has deep domain expertise in technology and data. Her role included global leadership across 162 countries and running the technology & operations team. She spearheaded the transformation of the IT capabilities foundation into a digital environment at record industry pace, without business disruption, around the world – while saving $28 million a year.
Rhonda has been recognized with for her leadership and influence, notably with a 2017 Stevie Award for Excellence in Transforming Business (competing with over 1500 CIOs and CTOs), and has been featured in renowned publications, including Forbes, Huffington Post, Thrive, Moneyish, CNBC, Women of Influence, Financial Post, Triathlete Magazine, SWAAY Magazine, and more.
She contributes her perspective and knowledge through serving on boards for professional, educational, and athletic institutions, including the US Olympics and Paralympics, The Canadian Cloud Council, Longwood University, George Mason University School of Business, SWAAY Magazine, Miss Fashion Week, and Xcelocloud Inc.
A dynamic leader both at work and play, Vetere is constantly training for and competing in events – over 65 so far, including triathlons, half-marathons, marathons, and IRONMAN triathlons (single-day races that consist of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride, and a marathon 26.22-mile run). She is a member of the New York Road Runners (NYRR), plays golf, and encourages her friends and associates to pursue active, healthy lifestyles as an integral part of career success and improving performance.
Rhonda (still!) enjoys traveling for work and fun, and mentoring professionals, athletes, and students. She appreciates the opportunity to engage with others, empowering women and girls to seize their moments and share their passions with the world.


Jennifer Hill speaks to Dr. Anthony Paustian about his new book “A Quarter Million Steps.” Dr. Paustian shares what he learned from his experience in the Air Force and being friends with several of the astronauts from the Apollo mission. He offers insights about creativity and the importance of creativity in leadership. Dr. Paustian also provides tools for increasing creativity and leadership in your life.
From his Air Force days on fighter aircraft to building national brands for companies like Rockwell Avionics and Miller Brewing, Dr. Anthony Paustian has decades of experience in strategic leadership. After developing a technology-focused college campus that was named one of the nation’s most innovative organizations, Dr. Paustian created the college’s annual Celebrate! Innovation Week (ciWeek), the largest speaker-focused, free event in the Midwest. ciWeek’s sole purpose is to inspire. Dr. Paustian is the multi-award-winning author of A Quarter Million Steps and a podcast host of A Step Beyond through iHeartRadio.


Jennifer Hill talks to husband and wife entrepreneurs, Robert Peterson (Bob-san) and his wife Yumi, about how they launched another chapter in their lives after 60 with Yumi’s beauty business idea. Yumi and Bob-san share how they created a successful product and success brought it to market.
Ms. Mimiko (MM) is a Japanese professional make-up artist and skin care specialist from Tokyo, Japan. She created Toute Nuit facial wrinkle flattening patches. Mimiko is a Japanese word that means beautiful person as represented by the kanji characters 美々子.
An inspiration to women everywhere!
How many women in their 60’s wake up one morning and decide to return to their professional life after a 30 year hiatus by starting a new company, developing and launching a new brand based on a product idea that she has been thinking about for over 30 years? MM did this at age 63 and is an inspiration to women everywhere.
MM designed and developed Toute Nuit in Japan.

MM’s purpose in bringing Toute Nuit to market is to help women and men retain a more youthful appearance in a safe, affordable, natural way.
Robert Eric Peterson (REP) is a marketing and communications problem-solving professional who makes things happen. Bob is highly regarded for his energy, enthusiasm, curiosity, tenacity, sense of humor, entrepreneurial spirit, willingness to take risks and ability to get things done. His specialty is starting new projects and building new operations – or – taking on difficult situations, fixing them and turning them around. He has the ability to adapt quickly and easily to new working environments and cultures. He began his business career with Proctor & Gamble, moved to the advertising agency business in NYC, eventually spending 18 years at Saatchi & Saatchi before setting up his own consulting practice in 1999. He has lived and worked in NYC, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Brussels and Rome, and has traveled to 40+ countries on business projects during his career. He is constantly on the move. He has inspired the many multi-national teams and students he has worked with. He has unique knowledge of the Japanese market and experience working with Japanese clients, becoming widely known as Bob-san. He has worked with Toyota Motor Corporation HQ in Japan, its Toyota and Lexus regional offices and distributors around the world since 1982, and a wide range of clients over the years in Japan, USA and Europe. He is a graduate of Marietta College; in 2006, he was invited by the McDonough Leadership Center to be an Executive-in-Residence. In 2013, he started lecturing and publishing articles about Japanese companies and marketing and in June 2015 published his first book MAKE IT HAPPEN! REP is married with two sons, and splits his time between residences in Ota-ku, Tokyo, Japan and Lake Wickaboag, West Brookfield, Massachusetts, USA.


Jennifer Hill speaks with inventor, voice over actor and entrepreneur, Amy Leinbach, about how she was able to successfully bring two products to market on Amazon. Amy gives a step-by-step process to bring an invention to market and talks about some of the challenges she faced along the way.
Amy Leinbach is the founder and owner of Big Bee, Little Bee—a manufacturer and retailer of innovative juvenile products. Through her brand, she has created two award-winning products for the family-friendly consumer products industry: the Snow Angel Cushioned Baby Bath Towel and the ScrubBEE Body Brush. In addition to running her business, Amy is a mom and a voice actor. She began her professional career in the field of education, first as a Special Educator and later as the Director of Product Management for Kaplan Virtual Education. She graduated from Pepperdine University with a Bachelor’s in Communication and a Master’s in Educational Administration. She lives in Huntington Beach, California with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.


Jennifer Hill speaks to author, speaker and attorney, Pamela Samuels Young, about how she followed her dream after age 40 and became a top fiction writer. Pamela shares her story of some of the obstacles she faced in following her passion and provides insights on what allowed her to achieve sustainable success.
Attorney and award-winning author Pamela Samuels Young writes mysteries that matter. Her fast-paced legal thrillers tackle social issues such as sex trafficking, gender discrimination, and sexual harassment. Her most recent courtroom drama, Abuse of Discretion, examines a shocking teen sexting case. Anybody’s Daughter, which won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Fiction, provides an eye-opening look into the world of child sex trafficking. Pamela also writes erotic romance under the pen name, Sassy Sinclair.  A former journalist, she received a bachelor’s degree from USC and also earned graduate degrees from Northwestern University and UC Berkeley School of Law. The Compton, California, native is a frequent speaker on the topics of child sex trafficking, fiction writing, and pursuing your passion.

June 2018


Jennifer Hill talks to best-selling author & speaker, Dr. Mark Goulston, about his book “Just Listen.” Dr. Goulston offers tools for better listening and tips on being effective at interviewing. He also discusses how to live a life with no regrets and to help people feel “felt.”
Dr. Mark Goulston is a Board Certified Psychiatrist, consultant, coach, speaker, mentor and crisis interventionist.  He is regarded as a thought leader in the area of communication, cooperation, collaboration and empathy with his book, "Just Listen" Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone, becoming the top book on listening in the world and a topic he speaks on globally. That included a six hour, one day, sole presenter training to managers of the Russian Federation in Moscow last October and he is going back this October to do more.

Past or present companies or institutions, he has worked with or spoken to include: Harvard Business School, IBM, Mattel, Coca Cola, Toyota, Hyatt, Accenture, Ernst & Young, Sodexo, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Northern Trust, Northwest Mutual, YPO, UCLA, USC, University of Alabama, American Bar Association, NACD.

Including, "Just Listen," Dr. Goulston is the author of seven books. His most recent book is Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life and was an featured book and an Audie Award 2016 Finalist.

He writes for Biz JournalsHarvard Business ReviewBusiness Insider, Huffington Post, Fast Company and Psychology Today and appears widely in the media including CNN, Wall St. Journal, NY Times, Fortune and Forbes.


Jennifer Hill speaks with author and speaker, Sally Helgesen, about her new book, co-authored with Marshall Goldsmith: “HOW WOMEN RISE: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job.” Sally discusses three of the habits that can hold women back from being successful in business including: Overvaluing Expertise, The Disease to Please and Expecting Others to Spontaneously Notice and Reward Your Hard Work.
Sally Helgesen's work is widely regarded as the gold standard when it comes to women's leadership. Since the publication of The Female Advantage in 1990 (still in print), she has written five more books in the field and speaks to audiences all around the world about these issues. Clients have included Microsoft, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Prudential Financial, Pfizer, Textron, Hewlett Packard, The World Bank, and dozens more. She has led seminars at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Smith College, and her work has been featured in FortuneThe New York TimesFast Company, and Business Week. She lives in Chatham, New York


Jennifer Hill speaks with past White House Social Secretaries, Lea Berman & Jeremy Bernard, about their new book: “Treating People Well.” Lea and Jeremy share the tips that had them be successful at the White House and beyond. They offer advice for landing an internship at the White House and the reasons why some people were not hired at the White House.
Lea Berman served as White House Social Secretary from 2004-2007, was Chief of Staff to Second Lady Lynne Cheney from 2002-2003 and previously, Social Secretary to the Vice President. She has worked at the Center for Strategic and International Studies at Georgetown University, and the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and ran her own fundraising and event planning business. She is the creator of the blog America's Table, and lives in Washington, DC.
Jeremy Bernard was the first male and first gay White House Social Secretary. He has been the senior advisor to the US Ambassador in France and also the White House Liaison to the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). He has worked on various political campaigns, including the 1992 Clinton for President Campaign and the 1993 and 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committees, and was appointed by President Clinton to the Presidential Advisory Committee on the Arts of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. He is a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy.


Jennifer Hill interviews Chief Behavioral Officer, Charlotte Blank, and speaks with her about tips to tackle work place biases. Charlotte discusses the science behind understanding our biases and offers procedures and systems so that employers can create a more diverse and unbiased workplace.
Charlotte Blank leads Maritz’s practice of behavioral science and innovation. She forges the connection between academic theory and applied business practice, by elevating the use of field research to better make sense of human behavior in the evolving marketplace. Charlotte has led programs in consumer psychology and global branding during her ten years in the media and automotive industries, including various marketing roles for General Motors. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology from Emory University, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard Business School. Charlotte is obsessed with experiments, ever-curious about what “makes us tick,” and a frequent contributor to

May 2018


From the best of "Get Yourself The Job" : Jennifer Hill interviews Joey Primiani about visualizing, manifesting and becoming your perfect self. Through a technique called "Future Talking", he's accredited much of his achievements and success to a few simple mental tips and techniques to get what you want. He's worked at Google at the age of 18, started several very successful Silicon Valley startups which landed him on this year's Forbes 30 Under 30 2016 list. Joey shares his secrets to success and offers excellent tools, resources and books for listeners who want to make their dreams a reality.

Joey Primiani is an inventor, designer, entrepreneur and digital artist. Passionate and creative, his designs have been called “ingenious” by Fast Company, “charming ... incredibly unique” by Mashable, and “simple and brilliant” by TechCrunch. Named to Forbes list 2016's 30 Under 30 and Business Insider’s 25 Under 25 Hot Young Stars in Silicon Valley Tech. He is currently the CEO of Superfuture Labs, a mobile startup studio in downtown Palo Alto.




Jennifer Hill speaks with author & influencer, Stacey Hanke, about her latest book: “Influence Redfined.” Stacey talks about the important of consistency when it comes to being an influencer and discusses how we are a walking brand. Stacey emphasizes the key drivers to influence. She says that we should treat our lives/careers like a professional athlete treats winning the game. It takes practice and constantly looking at ourselves and listening to ourselves to become more effective.
STACEY HANKE'S passion is teaching others how to communicate with influence Monday to Monday®. As a keynote speaker and mentor to C-suite executives, she helps individuals see through the eyes and ears of their audiences. The result is career-changing insights. She previously wrote the #1 Bestseller, Yes You Can! Everything You Need from A to Z to Influence Others to Take Action. Hanke holds a certification as a Speaking Professional for the National Speakers Association, is a Member of the C-Suite Network Advisors, and a Member of the Forbes Coaches Council. Recognized as one of the National Speakers Associations “Top 6 Under 40,” Hanke has appeared in the New York Times and SmartMoney, has emceed TedX, and has appeared on the Lifetime Network and WGN Chicago.


Jennifer Hill talks to Business Development Analyst, Catherine Devereux, about the future of AI in recruiting. Catherine shares about how bots and other AI will help to streamline the recruiting process for job seekers and employers. She discusses the pros and cons of involving AI in recruiting.
Catherine Devereux brings over 20 years of sales and marketing expertise, the last 10 years ​bringing disruptive technologies to large global enterprises ​at Adobe​ and Sprinklr​.​ In recruiting, she served as Executive Vice President, ​building high performance ​recruiting ​teams, at Culvercareers, one of the nation's largest, INC 500, search firms. She is currently a Business Development Advisor to early stage ventures​ in IoT, and machine learning/AI, including on the advisory board of Nexleaf Analytics, a non-profit leader designing sensor technologies​ to solve global challenges. ​​
Catherine received her B.A. in English at UCLA, and is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, SEP program.


Jennifer Hill asks spiritual teacher and life coach, Shannon Leischner: How can we effectively deal with stress and trauma at work and at home? Shannon offers suggestions to shift from beta waves (high stress) to theta waves (low stress). She also provides tools to help alleviate stress and frustration.
Shannon Leischner is a world renowned psychic/medium and energy worker who was born with powerful inherited abilities from generations of truly gifted family members. For over 20 years, she has been changing people’s lives through life path coaching, intuitive guidance and angelic communication. Known as a Spiritual Catalyst, Shannon helps people all over the world to transform their lives, uncover hidden abilities and remember their true spiritual path. Assisting people to alleviate physical and mental traumas, limiting self beliefs and directing them to find their divine life purpose.
 Shannon has an extraordinary ability to communicate, interact with, and cross over spiritual beings. Her immense relationship with the angelic realm has taught her that there is definitely more to this world than what we are able to see. She has been trained in many energetic techniques including Reiki, Theta Healing, Spiritual Healing, and Angelic Energy Healing. Quite often, while performing energy work on a client, she intuitively sees the root cause of an ailment or trauma and instantaneously helps to shift the energy to alleviate all that doesn’t belong or serve them.
 Along with her metaphysical training, Shannon is a Certified Life Coach, has an MPA in Public Administration and is a Martial Arts Master with a 6th Degree Blackbelt in several styles. She was a featured speaker and radio guest at ECETI International Conference in Washington State for James Gilliland and produced two subliminal wellness CD’s both available for sale on her website.
 Shannon has been a guest many times on “LA Talk Radio” with hosts Cameron Datzker, Guy Towe and Jennifer Hill, “The Kim Iverson Show”, “Darkness Radio” with host Dave Schrader, “Be The Light Now” with host Reverend Michael, “Paranormal Radio” with host Rubbiz Fire. “XStasis” Spanish radio with host Jorge Arrendado, and has numerous interviews on “Blog Talk Radio” with host Andrew Aloha and many other radio hosts. In 2012 she was a featured guest at The Country Music Awards Gala and The Media Madness Celebrity Event in Hollywood. She has also been a featured guest at The Queen Mary Ship in Long Beach.
She has been featured in several publications including “Light Workers World Elite” by Maximillion Lafayette and will also soon make her debut on several HBO television programs.

April 2018


Jennifer Hill speaks with mindfulness expert and author, Laurie J. Cameron, about her new book: “The Mindful Day.” Laurie offers suggestions for incorporating mindfulness into your day and discusses the health benefits of doing so. Laurie also talks about taking 3-10 minutes every day for a  “body scan” to check in with any feelings or emotions you might be holding on to so that you can become more self-aware.
Mindful leadership expert Laurie J. Cameron is author of “The Mindful Day: Practical Ways to Find Focus, Calm, and Joy From Morning to Evening,” (March 27, 2018). Laurie is founder and CEO of PurposeBlue, an organization that brings evidence-based mindful leadership programs to companies, change makers, culture-shifters, universities and federal agencies.

With 25 years of international management consulting and business leadership experience, and a passion for creativity, transformation and human development, Laurie is dedicated to helping people learn mindfulness to live with meaning and lead with purpose-driven performance. As a former Accenture management consultant and business executive with three companies, her clients tell her she “gets their challenges” — in how she translates mindfulness into practical language and applications for everyday life.

Laurie founded PurposeBlue on her realization that mindfulness is the foundational competency for achieving human potential, happiness and optimal well-being. Mindful, resilient leaders deepen their self-awareness and self-mastery, which allows them to be in a place of choice during difficult moments. Mindful leaders are able to stay connected to purpose and thrive during uncertainty, change, and the distractions of our tech world.

Laurie has practiced mindfulness since 1995, following the teachings of mindfulness leader and Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield. In 2013, she received the Five Mindfulness Trainings at the Magnolia Grove Monastery from Thich Nhat Hanh. In her capacity as founder of PurposeBlue, Laurie leads retreats, speaks around the globe, coaches and teaches leaders internationally how to bring more wisdom, clarity and meaning to their lives and work.

As a Certified SIY Teacher Laurie was part of the first global cohort of teachers for the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI), based on the leadership program developed at Google. Bringing together thought leaders in emotional intelligence, neuroscience and mindfulness, SIYLI is dedicated to developing wise and compassionate leaders. Laurie teaches the SIY program around the world to companies like Google, Gemalto, Sunovian and in SIY Programs in New York; London; Paris; Beijing; Hyderabad; Washington, DC; and Copenhagen. She has taught PurposeBlue's Mindful Leadership programs in Deloitte across the US.

Laurie is a Senior Fellow with the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University, working with leading researchers in the emerging field of workplace well-being. She is a Guest Professor at the top-ranked Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, teaching Mindful Leadership to EMBA leaders in the Leadership Mastery series. Laurie also trained as a Presence-Based Leadership Coach and is a certified coach with the International Coach Federation. She is an active member of Otto Scharmer’s Presencing Institute and the east coast chapter of the Neuroleadership Institute. She lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with her husband and daughter. For more information visit and


Jennifer Hill talks to author and speaker, Blake Morgan, about how to build your brand. Blake shares her story about being an introvert and how she turned her weakness into a thriving business. Blake also discusses tips for successful networking and to create new opportunities.
Blake Morgan is a Customer Experience Futurist. Her first book is “More is More: How The Best Companies Go Farther and Work Harder To Create Knock Your Socks Off Customer Experiences.” Blake is adjunct faculty at the Rutgers executive education MBA program. Blake contributes to Forbes, the Harvard Business Review and Hemispheres Magazine. She is the host of The Modern Customer Podcast and a weekly customer experience video series on YouTube. She has worked with Ericsson, Intel, Verizon Wireless, and many more.


Jennifer Hill talks to Professor Robin Hayes about the relationship between biology and our successes or failures in life. Professor Hayes addresses how our behaviors are drawn from our genetics, but that various genes can be turned “on” or “off” depending on an individual’s environment. Professor Hayes also discusses the role that genetics play in our decision making process.
Robin Hayes is a Professor of microbiology at Hartnell College in Salinas California.  He has a graduate degree from Humboldt State University, Arcata, California, and more than 25 years as a researcher, analyst and educator. Professor Hayes has conducted research at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station and developed educational material for the Monterey Bay Aquarium. He has served as the senior analyst for the nation’s largest water reclamation project. Professor Hayes considers himself a general biologist with a broad, but limited, knowledge of most things biological. He is a fan of genetics and cell research and is fascinated by the field of Quantum Mechanics. He enjoys taking photos of mushrooms from what he calls the gnome's perspective. His first book examines the biology behind behavior at the cellular level. What are the factors and influences determining our decisions and how can we better use this information?


Jennifer Hill talks to CEO of Avenica, Brian Weed, about how recent college graduates can find their passion and follow their dreams. Brian discusses the tools Avenica offers to help match recent graduates with their ideal positions. He also offers strategies for companies who are looking to hire and retain recent college graduates.
Brian Weed is CEO of Avenica, a national career matchmaking firm specializing in placing recent college graduates into entry-level, career-track positions with Avenica clients. Brian is an experienced business leader with nearly 30 years of experience helping companies of all sizes improve processes, boost revenue and drive business results. Prior to joining Avenica, Brian served as chief executive officer for Tricoci University of Beauty Culture. During his time at Tricoci University, the fast-growing company was among the industry leaders in successfully placing its graduates with leading salons and spas. Prior to Tricoci University, Brian was a key architect of Avendra, a supply chain services company formed by Marriott and Hyatt, where he was chief operating officer. In 2017, Avendra was acquired by Aramark for $1.35 billion. Brian has also been vice president of strategic planning for Hyatt Hotels Corp. and vice president and partner of The Boston Consulting Group. Brian is an active philanthropist with a passion for improving outcomes for students from under-resourced urban neighborhoods. He graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering and later graduated, with distinction, from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management with a master's degree in business administration.


Jennifer Hill talks to Kabbalistic teacher and self-made millionaire, David Ghiyam, about the secrets of lasting success and happiness. David emphasizes the importance of being proactive, not reactive and discusses letting go of fear and lack. He suggests that by pausing, and saying “what a pleasure” you have an opportunity to turn your reactive behavior into proactive behavior.
A self-made millionaire at 15-years-old, David Ghiyam was immersed in the investment world and medical field before experiencing a roller coaster ride on the financial spectrum. With his vast insight, he is a catalyst for people to realize that abundance and fulfillment begin on the inside with a strong spiritual practice. One of the leading Kabbalah teachers in the world, and a full-time volunteer, his understanding of self-transformation and global change are what contribute to his tremendous success. David and his wife currently live in Los Angeles.

March 2018


Jennifer Hill asks philanthropist and CEO, Gavin Keilly, how he created his dream job working with celebrities and charities for various awards shows. Gavin talks about how he pioneered the celebrity gifting suite industry using innovation and business strategies. Gavin also shares how he created and sustained long-term success, and offers advice to entrepreneurs.
Gavin B. Keilly is the Founder and CEO of GBK (, a luxury lifestyle gifting and special events company, specializing in entertainment marketing integration. Founded in 2000, GBK consists of five distinct divisions: GBK Luxury Gift Lounges; GBK Events; GBK Weddings; GBK Charitable Consulting and GBK Public Relations/ Marketing Services. Though separate, each entity is interconnected, allowing clients/brands a full range of marketing services and benefits. GBK is a company dedicated to giving each client customized marketing options with high quality and tailor made services. With a proven track record for attracting a celebrity clientele such as Eva Longoria, Jennifer Aniston, Helen Mirren, Forrest Whitaker, Leonardo Dicaprio, Fergie, Rhianna, Neil Patrick Harris, and Ryan Seacrest, (just to name a few). GBK has taken part in such high profile events as Gifting Lounges for the Oscars, Emmys, Emmy, Golden Globes, backstage at the CNN Hero Awards, BETs 10th Annual GLAAD Awards, Sundance, Cannes and the list goes on. Gavin has also been seen on CNN, CBS NEWS, NBC Morning Show, MSNBC, FOX, EXTRA, and various other shows. GBK and Gavin has also been featured in Business Week, People Magazine, US Weekly, In Style, USA Today, The Front Page of the New York Times,, and many nationally read publications.
Charity is Very Important to Gavin. His First Charitable Consulting Client, 10 years ago, was Sharon Osborne, where helped create her inaugural Charity event at her estate. Utilizing his combined marketing, sales and non-profit experience, Gavin has since helped over 40 non-profits raise their fundraising goals by integrating celebrities into their events and thinking outside the box to generate higher paying sponsors. By discovering the needs, wants and goals, Gavin creates strategies to help them accomplish their ultimate goal of raising funds and garnering more awareness for their causes. Gavin also practices what he preaches. He (GBK) gives back 20% of their profits to a variety of charities. GBK has donated Millions; over $3,000,000 in products, services, and cash over the last 4 years alone…
Gavin was one of the first companies to actually come up with the gift suite concept. Today, GBK produces gift suites for all the big award shows like the Emmys, Oscars, Grammies, and numerous others with gift bags valued in upwards of $100,000 per bag. This business is truly about creating the “Win-Win-Win”. The celebrity wins because they get a phenomenal amount of fantastic gifts, including vacations, jewels, the latest fashion, and plenty of the coolest gadgets on the market, the Vendor (GBK’s client) also wins, as they get a photo with each celebrity and their product that they can use in their internal marketing material, social media, and most importantly the ability to submit it to press outlets, and the charities win because they have the opportunity to garner additional exposure and revenue.


Jennifer Hill talks to author, speaker and appreciation expert, Dr. Paul White, about the five languages of appreciation in the workplace. Dr. White shares ways to handle a toxic work environment and how to authentically show your appreciation. Dr. White also discusses common obstacles when working on shifting workplace culture to create a more appreciative and thriving business.
Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant who makes work relationships work. He has written articles for and been interviewed by Bloomberg’s Business Week, CNN/,, Fast Company,, Huffington Post LIVE, U.S. News and World Report, and Yahoo! Finance.
As a speaker and trainer, Dr. White has taught around the world, including North America, Europe, South America, Asia, and the Caribbean. His expertise has been requested by Microsoft, Miller Coors, NASA, the Million Dollar Round Table, ExxonMobil, the Milken Institute, DIRECTV, the Salvation Army, Princeton University, Dartmouth College, Napa Valley Community Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Compassion International, and numerous other national organizations.
Dr. White is the coauthor of three books including, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, written with Dr. Gary Chapman (author of the #1 NY Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages), which has sold over 250,000 copies. Based on their extensive research and expertise, Dr. White and Dr. Chapman have developed a unique way for organizations to motivate employees that leads to increased job satisfaction, higher employee performance and enhanced levels of trust. Their online assessment tool, Motivating by Appreciation Inventory, has been taken by over 110,000 employees and their Appreciation at Work training resources have been used by numerous corporations, colleges and universities, medical facilities, schools, non-profit organizations, and government agencies, and is used in over 25 countries.
In his most recent book, The Vibrant Workplace: Overcoming the Obstacles to Building a Culture of Appreciation, (just released in April 2017), Dr. White identifies the top 10 obstacles encountered in trying to build appreciation into an organization’s culture, and how to overcome these challenges successfully.
A highly sought-after keynote speaker and leadership trainer, Dr. White’s style has been described as “high energy world-class expertise built upon Midwestern practicality with the right touch of humor and personal connection.”


Jennifer Hill asks detective, speaker, author and winner of Big Brother, Derrick Levasseur, about his new book “The Undercover Edge.” Derrick shares how his undercover work in his early 20’s shaped his ability to understand and interact with people at all levels. He offers tips for applying the principles in his book to job hunting and interviewing. Derrick also offers suggestions on how to access people and situations, and to be more impactful in all areas of one’s life.

Derrick Levasseur is a decorated police sergeant from Central Falls, Rhode Island. Before becoming a supervisor, he was assigned to the Investigative Division, where he spent three years as an undercover detective.

Through his life experiences, both personal and professional, Derrick has developed an innovative approach to building stronger relationships and achieving personal goals. He used that same approach on the CBS hit series Big Brother and is now regarded as one of the greatest to have ever played.

Derrick also starred in the Investigation Discovery hit docu-series Is OJ Innocent?: The Missing Evidence, a show that gave viewers a firsthand look at his investigative methods and approaches to interpersonal communication.

Follow him on Twitter at @DerrickL on Instagram @DerrickVLevasseur, or visit his website at


Jennifer Hill speaks with best selling author, Sharon Schweitzer, about proper etiquette in the workplace. Sharon shares tips to be effective in how you dress and communicate when interviewing or at a business meeting. She also offers suggestions to be culturally sensitive when in visiting other countries and/or meeting with people from other cultures.
Sharon Schweitzer, JD is the founder of Access to Culture and an award-winning entrepreneur. Accredited in Intercultural Management by the Hofstede Centre in Helsinki, Finland, she advises and trains current and emerging leaders in Global 2000 organizations and universities, to improve business communication and increase revenue.

She is an internationally recognized cross-cultural business expert, trainer, speaker, and author of the Amazon #1 best-selling book in International Business, Access to Asia (3rd printing), named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2015. She’s received the prestigious recognition of being the Small Business winner of the British Airways International Trade Award at the 2016 Greater Austin Business Awards. She was the 2009 honoree in the City of Austin program Celebrating the Entrepreneurial Spirit of Austin Women. In September 2017, her blog Access to Culture, was named one of the Top 10 Intercultural Communication Blogs.

She’s a media resource for NPR, BBC World News; is a Huffington Post and Luxe Lifestyle Magazine contributor; and has been quoted in Investor’s Business Daily, BBC Capital, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and numerous media outlets.

Sharon has worked with brands like CBS, Hilton Hotels, JPMorgan, Lexus, MD Anderson, Toyota, sports athletes, and student leaders, to provide practical techniques for improving business communication and increasing revenue.

She is a graduate of the Ohio State University with a B.A. in Sociology, and a juris doctorate from South Texas College of Law-Houston. She sits on the board of the Global Thinkers Forum in London, U.K., has traveled to all 7 continents, over 80 countries and still counting. Sharon lives with her husband John of 20 plus years and their golden retriever Toffee in Austin, Texas, USA.

February 2018


Jennifer Hill talks Gig Economy expert and author, Marion McGovern, about what the Gig Economy has in store for 2018. Marion discusses the three different “Gig Economy Universes.” Marion also touches on the pros and cons of leaving traditional employment for gig work.
Marion McGovern, author of Thriving in the Gig Economy, is the co-founder and former CEO of M Squared Consulting, one of the first Gig Economy talent intermediaries to thrive before the term was even coined. She is also the founder of Collabrus, a company focused on independent contractor compliance. With a tremendous career in the human capital space and with a virtual specialty in employment law, McGovern taught in the prestigious School of Management at the University of San Francisco for seven years.
With 25 years of work in peer exchange groups, McGovern is Director at the Alliance of CEOs and sits on several private company and nonprofit boards while actively mentoring entrepreneurs.


Jennifer Hill asks bestselling author, Ava Miles: “How can we prevent sexual harassment?” Ava discusses tips from her book: “The Goddess Guides to Being a Woman” and shares her own stories of how she avoided predators and dealt with delicate situations at work. Ava also gives suggestions of how to handle it if you are put in a position where you could be compromised.
International bestselling author Ava Miles calls herself a divine rockstar — something she believes everyone is deep down. With a B.A. in Rhetoric and Technical Writing and Spanish and two graduate degrees, one in International Peace Studies and another in Political Science, Ava Miles spent many years traveling the world and sharing her gifts with women and men in war-torn countries, helping them to rebuild and reintegrate their communities amidst intense struggle. She has managed multi-million-dollar projects and multi-national teams of people in the private sector, in non-profits and in domestic and international agencies as well as multilateral organizations such as the United Nations. Now, she brings that experience together with her passion for sparking joy and personal success in people’s lives, launching an all-new series of life-fulfillment books called “The Goddess Guides to Being A Woman.” “The Goddess Guides” invite us all to reimagine what it means to be a modern woman — on our own terms.


Jennifer Hill speaks with business and executive coach, Gabrielle Vena, about how to handle it when you feel stagnant and/or bored in your career. Gabrielle suggests being a question. She explains that when you come from a place of curiosity, you can find happiness where it was not present before.
Gabrielle Vena is a life coach and business mentor with a background in counseling psychology and psychotherapy. She is a certified facilitator of several Access Consciousness® special programs, including Being You and Joy of Business and is a certified practitioner in Reiki and Integrative Energy Therapy. She studied Psychology at UCLA and went on to receive her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Ryokan College.

A passionate advocate for self-discovery, Gabrielle draws upon 20 years of counseling, coaching and teaching experience to facilitate classes and individual sessions, empowering her clients to become a powerhouse for change in their businesses, relationships and lives.


Jennifer Hill talks to author, speaker and economist, Dr. Randall Bell, about how we can successfully navigate the disasters and toxic people we encounter in our lives. Dr. Bell discusses the principals of his book: “Me We Do Be: The Four Cornerstones of Success,” and says “It all starts with having a healthy relationship to yourself.” Dr. Bell suggests creating small, measurable goals for yourself and rewarding yourself when you hit those goals in order to create authentic success.
Randall Bell, Ph.D., is a socio-economist, keynote speaker, best-selling author and an expert in success research. He is CEO of Landmark Research Group, LLC, and author of Me We Do Be: The Four Cornerstones of Success. The strategic and problem-solving skills of Dr. Bell are well established. He consulted on the World Trade Center, the Flight 93 Crash Site, the BP Oil Spill, Hurricane Katrina, the nuclear testing on the Bikini Atoll, and several other tragedies including the JonBenét Ramsey and O.J. Simpson cases. Dr. Bell’s research has taken him to 50 states and seven continents, and his work has generated billions of dollars for his clients. As a leading expert, Dr. Bell has been profiled in The Wall Street Journal, on World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, and on ABC’s 20/20, to name a few. Follow him on Twitter.

January 2018


Jennifer Hill speaks with Executive Coach, Author & Executive Recruiter, Carolyn Thompson about: “What to do when there is no growth opportunity?” Carolyn emphasizes not making a move if you are unhappy or frustrated with your boss, as eventually you will find the same issue somewhere else. Carolyn offers suggestions for how to have conversations with your boss about upward mobility and shares that experience is the key to success.
Carolyn Thompson's passion is to help others by teaching, coaching and motivating them in how to get ahead in their careers and in life. As Principal of the Merito Group, she leads a team that performs executive search, contract labor placement, executive coaching, RPO, and human resources consulting services.
A creative entrepreneur and a certified career coach, Carolyn is regularly published on topics relating to job search and executive recruiting in various national magazines, trade journals, and on the Internet. Carolyn is an active member of the International Coaching Federation and has been certified by them, NAPS and ASA in the past as a continuing education provider. She is a frequent speaker and has received rave reviews as an engaging and enthusiastic presenter on a variety of topics as a member of the National Speakers Association.
Carolyn is Founding Board Chair of the Washington Women’s Leadership Initiative (
Carolyn is also a member of the prestigious Pinnacle Society and has been an executive recruiter since 1988.


Jennifer Hill talks to activist, author and speaker, Hannah Alper about her book: “Momentus: Small Acts, Big Change.” Hannah shares her secret formula for success. She also discusses the importance of saying “Yes!” and not letting the nay sayers hold you back from your true passion.
Teen blogger, author, motivational speaker and social activist, Hannah Alper has been named to Bloomberg’s Ones To Watch In 2018 List. Hannah is the only teenager on this prestigious list.
Hannah Alper’s first book, Momentus: Small Acts, Big Change is officially on the bookshelves, and reached #1 on Amazon’s list in sociology, and in the Top 10 Bestselling Books For Teens in Indigo and Chapters. The book’s empowering message supports Hannah’s continual goal of providing quality content for adolescents.
As a writer, activist, public speaker, global citizen, and one of the youngest verified social media users on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, 14-year old Hannah Alper has found power in using her voice to inspire, motivate and empower people of all ages to identify their passion and take action. Perhaps best known as a motivational speaker and ambassador, she is committed to promoting big change through small, everyday actions and believes in the power of young people to shape the world they want to live in. Momentus shares this journey on the global stage and demonstrates her message coming to life.
“This book has been a passion project of mine for years and I am so happy kids, teenagers, and adults are reading it to make a difference,” said Momentus author Hannah Alper. “I believe that if there are many of us making small actions, it will lead to big change. The title of this book grew out of that idea. When all of our actions are added up, the impact will be momentous and we will change the world. It is about all of us and all of our moments when we are inspired, passionate and moved to act—momentus.”
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Jennifer Hill asks executive coach and entrepreneur, Julien Adler: “What is a money biography and how can it help someone make more money?” Julien gives tools to overcome old models of thinking when it comes to money. Julien suggests ways to tap into your subconscious and connect to greater prosperity and abundance both personally and professionally.
A serial entrepreneur, Julien Adler has spent over 30 years building and sustaining a range of companies from an autonomous college painting business, to a multi-million dollar, international software development firm. In addition to the firm, Julien is both a co-founder and chairman of Albion Angel Investments, and a managing partner of UPL Enterprises, a real estate firm managing multi-unit properties for underserved populations such as veterans and people with disabilities. Julien also serves as an executive coach and leadership trainer to professionals at large companies like Google, Sony, NASA, Netflix, HP, as well as an array of startups and solo entrepreneurs. A student of architecture at Kent University and with a background in psychology, hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming, Julien is a Member of the American Board of Hypnotherapists and Lifetime Member with the International Association of Behavioral Therapists.


Jennifer Hill interviews Tim Storey & Brandon Adams about their recent movie: “Think and Grow Rich: The Legacy.” Tim and Brandon discuss Napolean Hill’s principles for success and share their own stories of how those principles inspired them. They each share instances where Napolean’s principles impacted their life and how they approached various obstacles in their life.
Tim Storey is an acclaimed author, speaker and life coach, well known for inspiring and motivating people of all walks of life, from entertainment executives, celebrities and athletes to adults and children in the most deprived neighborhoods in the country. Tim has traveled to seventy-five countries and spoken to millions of people. He often meets privately to counsel high-profile leaders in various industries.
Along with a rigorous speaking calendar and private life coaching sessions, he also holds regular spiritually motivating intimate sessions across the world called The Study. He hosted an exclusive Saturday morning series on SiriusXM Radio. Recently, Tim was interviewed for a full hour segment of Oprah Winfrey's OWN "Super Soul Sunday". The episode aired on Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015. Since then, he was a speaker for "Super Soul Sessions" LIVE from UCLA and was a guest speaker at the ultra-exclusive PTTOW 2015 conference in Palos Altos, CA. He began a church in Yorba Linda, CA called The Congregation, which meets weekly and provides spiritual insight and direction for people of diverse ages, backgrounds, and needs.
Brandon T. Adams is a serial entrepreneur, owning a stake in a number of businesses, including the Accelerant Media Group, Live to Grind, Young Entrepreneur Convention, Arctic Stick (sold on Amazon), and an ice distributorship that serves three states.
Brandon is Co-Host and one of two Executive Producers of Ambitious Adventures, a reality television program focused on the compelling stories of young entrepreneurs around the country. He is the V.P. of Business Development for Think Rich Films on the film Think and Grow Rich: The Legacy and the youngest person to be featured in the film. In addition to his T.V. and film work, he is the host of the influential business podcast Live to Grind and has been the guest on over 100 shows. Brandon and his team at Accelerant Media Group work with high-profile clients like Kevin Harrington, John Lee Dumas, Think Rich Films, and others on successful crowdfunding campaigns (raising over $1.5 million dollars in the past year), branding, PR, and digital marketing. Brandon is also a regular on the motivational speaking circuit and loves to teach other entrepreneurs how to replicate his results.


Jennifer Hill offers advice on finding your dream job in 2018. She begins by discussing the new law that will impact an employer’s ability to ask about salary history in California in 2018. She then suggests starting your job search by creating a customized “Wishlist” of what you are looking for. Finally, she says it is important to create a statement of intent and daily declaration of what your dream job in 2018 will look like.
Jennifer K. Hill has spent the past 14+ years as a professional recruiter, motivational speaker, author, radio host, social media, networking, leadership & career expert. She began recruiting in 2003 and opened her own staffing firm, JHill's Staffing Services, in June of 2010. She then wrote her first book "Stop Hoping...Start Hunting! A Job Seeker's Guide to Finding a Job" in 2013 and hosts a weekly radio show called “Get Yourself the Job” on LATalkRadio. In addition, she has appeared on Good Day LA, Conan O’Brien, KTLA, CTV, CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX & BBC News as an expert in the field of career development and she has been a featured speaker for groups such as the Association of Legal Administrators, UCLA, PIHRA, LAPA, IMC, Kaiser and SBPA. In her spare time, Jennifer loves to give back and just built her first school in Nepal in November 2017 using a portion of her company’s proceeds.

December 2017


Jennifer Hill talks to Joel Franco & Scott Cervine about their new film “Think & Grow Rich: The Legacy.” They talk about what inspired them to make this docudrama movie based on the best-selling book, “Think & Grow Rich” by Napolean Hill. Joel and Scott discuss the principles of “Think & Grow Rich” and how the movie offers real life examples of people who have prospered from these principles.
Scott has directed and collaborated with Iconic figures; among them: Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, James Van Praagh, Mark Victor Hansen, Verdine White, Jack Canfield, John Gray, and Carla Gugino. Among his renowned works are “The Shadow Effect,” a compelling documentary immediately sought after by Oprah Winfrey and released on the Oprah Winfrey Network. “Scott Cervine is an irresistible force.” —Robert Kholer/Los Angeles Times
Joel is Co-founder of Think Rich Films and heads our production’s business development, and supports the creative direction and production of the film. Joel has created synergetic alliances with multiple Fortune 500 companies. Within the last decade he’s had the privilege of working with some of the top world leaders and influencers in business, social change, and entrepreneurship.


Jennifer Hill talks to career and LinkedIn expert, Andrew Ko, about upcoming trends for 2018. Andrew emphasizes the importance of in-person networking and building your brand via LinkedIn when looking for a new position. Andrew also discusses an increase in the use of Chatbots and AI both in the hiring process in 2018. He also suggests using when choosing the perfect picture for your LinkedIn profile.
Andrew R. Ko is a certified career coaching and training professional. He is an Executive Career Coach consultant with Dragon Career Services, a Career Coach with Lee Hecht Harrison and is a Facilitation and Training consultant with Los Angeles Valley College. In addition to his consulting activities he is involved with mission-driven work as the Lead Trainer and Career Coach for the Salvation Army Haven Veteran Employment Services. He also serves as an adviser for a technology startup in the career development industry.
Andrew’s professional background includes a 10+ year career with a Fortune 500 company and leverages this corporate experience from a highly visible position to better serve his clients.
Andrew is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator. He also holds other certifications in training Gamification and Emotional Intelligence as well as holds certifications from Dale Carnegie and Lee Hecht Harrison. He has a degree in Marketing from California State University Northridge.
When he is not working as a coach and trainer he enjoys art and as a published artist, has sold his work at many solo art exhibits around Los Angeles.


Jennifer Hill talks to corporate anthropologist, Dr. Andi Simon, about change management. Dr. Simon discusses tips for finding a culture that matches with your values. Dr. Simon also discusses how organizations are having to adapt to create cultures that work for Millennials and Baby Boomers alike.
Andi Simon, author of On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights, is a corporate anthropologist and award-winning author ( She is the founder and CEO of Simon Associates Management Consultants, designed over a decade ago to help companies use the tools of anthropology to better adapt to changing times. Simon also is a public speaker and an Innovation Games facilitator and trainer. She served as a tenured professor of anthropology and American studies at Ramapo College of New Jersey, and was a visiting professor teaching entrepreneurship at Washington University in St. Louis. Simon has appeared on “Good Morning America” and has been featured in the Washington Post, Business Week and Forbes, and on Bloomberg Radio.


Jennifer Hill asks career expert, Marc Miller: “What are three tips to pivot your career?” Marc emphasizes the importance of doing your research and having the facts before you go to make a career change. He then suggests researching your competition, and most importantly, utilizing other people to help you with your transition.
Marc Miller’s career has spanned 22 years - IBM, thriving tech startups, a stint as a high school math teacher, a gig raising funds for the Jewish Community Center and, a near fatal bicycle accident that changed his perspective forever. Thirty years of wandering the proverbial career desert taught Marc his most crucial lesson: most people don’t really know what makes them happy at their core, what fulfills them. They pursue money, status, a skill set, all of which provide some level of satisfaction, but not contentment. Marc founded to help people transition their careers to create successful and fulfilling professional lives.

November 2017


Jennifer Hill talks to Audra Jenkins, the Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at Ranstad US, about how the changes in AI and robotics will impact people in the workplace. Audra offers suggestions on how to bridge the gap for women to get equal pay and “create a spot at the table.” Audra suggests retraining as a win/win tool to help stay relevant in a workplace that is quickly changing.
Audra Jenkins is the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Randstad US. As chief diversity and inclusion officer, Audra is responsible for working with Randstad’s U.S. operating companies to further diversity strategies both internally and externally to elevate the diversity mission for our customers and Randstad overall. In this role, Audra provides clients across the organization with guidance for effective strategies in diversity, inclusion, veterans and compliance. Audra also helps run Randstad’s Hire Hope program, designed by Randstad to provide career readiness training and job placement services to underserved and at-risk women, including survivors of exploitation and trafficking.


Jennifer Hill asks author and poet, Janne Robinson, about how she came to live her passion of being a writer. Janne talks about growing up in a non-traditional environment and how that helped her to break free of societal norms and pursue what really mattered to her. Janne also discusses the doubts she overcame on her path to writing her first book “This is for the women who don’t give a fuck.”
Janne Robinson is a 21st-century feminist beat poet. Her voice haunts with the legacy of early feminists and poets such as Gloria Steinem, Charles Bukowski, and Jack Kerouac. Her no sugar shit prose cuts with the honesty and simplicity of Bukowski and the romantic reliability of Kerouac. Her poetry leads like a woman, walking with fire in the footprints of Steinem—breathing sexual liberation, choice, and overall championing women to their birthright of not only equality but leadership.
Robinson notoriously states that her career is to “share slabs of her heart for a living." Her ability to capture the human experience with unrefined sincerity makes her an incredible force in the modern landscape of personal expression.
Her loyal following of enthusiasts on social media are there not only for her brutal honesty and lyrical grace but also for her lifestyle, which is a mirror of her devotion to joy and refusal to work to work to work to die. Robinson’s films and art shit on the societal "shoulds" and norms and encourage people to ‘build their own box’. She is an outrageous idealist and master at effortlessly marrying the life she wishes to live with her work, and this enrages and inspires many who believe they are trapped.
Robinson’s foray into directing and the multimedia world was in directing a spoken word poetry film in NYC involving 18 women reading the lines from her poem, “This Is For The Women Who Don’t Give a Fuck.” The film was a viral sensation online and was nominated for the 2016 Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards.
Janne is very much so crowning at the beginning of what is and will be a triumphant career, and she has begun so with the hearts of millions indebted and watching as it is rare to stumble upon a woman who makes revolution nature.


​Jennifer Hill talks to leadership trainer, Laura Dewey, about Emotional Intelligence. Laura focuses on the stimulus, the response and the space in between. Laura emphasizes the importance of taking control of your thoughts and managing your internal self to overcome barriers both personally and professionally.
Laura Dewey is the Founder of The Self Leadership Lab.
The LAB offers self leadership coaching and training for individuals, executives and companies – with concrete tools and experiential learning to develop new habits and be a better leader to yourself and others; in life and in work.
Getting from Point A to Point B can be easy and graceful or full of stress and struggle. The difference lies in your ability to effectively lead yourself.
As Laura likes to say, “Self Leadership is the Stuff No One Taught Us in School.
Laura began her professional life as a ground breaking female leader in the restaurant industry, but two events changed the course of her life forever: Getting sober in 2003, and later, receiving her Master's Degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica.
There, she found a whole new way of being in the world…an inside-out approach. Instead of being rocked by outer circumstances, she learned skills to manage her emotions and master her mindset – no matter what life threw her way.
Not only did Laura discover remarkable ways to improve her own life, but she has the skills, ability, and experience to dramatically improve the lives of a fun environment!


Jennifer Hill asks author and business leader, Simone Milasas, “How can you find a job that brings you joy?”Simone talks about both of her books, “ The Joy of Business" and "Getting out of Debt Joyfully.” Simone suggests putting 10% of your earnings away towards your “honor” fund where you get a chance to celebrate yourself.
At the forefront of creative edge business creation and development for over two decades, in many different industries around the world, Simone Milasas has owned companies, created them, managed them and changed them, all with an enthusiasm to invite people to a different possibility.
Simone is the founder of Joy of Business, mentoring business owners around the globe to create greater wealth and happiness through tools and techniques that counter their perceived limitations in business. She is the author of the book Joy Of Business (currently available in 11 languages) and has recently published her second best-selling book Getting Out of Debt Joyfully. In addition, as Worldwide Coordinator for Access Consciousness®, Simone has significantly contributed to both the growth of Access Consciousness and its establishment in 170+ countries over the last 15 years.
Her target is to empower people to see how business is a source for creation. Simone has always believed that anything is possible and desired to inspire people to choose everything they could. She says, “I grew up with the question of ‘Imagine what you would do if you knew you could not fail?’ To me you cannot fail, failure is just the start of something new.”
Simone personally used the tools of Access Consciousness to go from $187,000 in debt to having thriving businesses and being debt-free. She documents this journey and, her learnings along the way, in her two books, Joy of Business and Getting Out of Debt Joyfully.

October 2017


​Jennifer Hill talks to change management expert, Laleh Alemzadeh-Hancock, about how to be authentic in your interviews. Laleh suggests getting curious in your interview and asking inquisitive questions. Laleh also emphasizes being the leader of your own life and offers an excellent tool to utilize when you are feeling frustrated at work or in a personal situation.
​Laleh Alemzadeh-Hancock is a management and professional services consultant, Right Voice for You facilitator and the founder and CEO of global professional services company, Belapemo. With nearly 30 years’ experience in operational excellence, change management, organizational wellness and business consulting, Laleh has inspired and empowered hundreds of thousands of individuals including Fortune 500 executives, government agencies, non-profit organizations, athletes and veterans. A lifelong entrepreneur and passionate change-agent, Laleh strives to seek out possibility in every problem and aims to facilitate strategic change and optimal growth for all her clients. She is an advocate for people of ages with special needs or disabilities and their caregivers, and served on the Governor of Maryland’s Caregivers Support Coordinating Council for four years. Through her organization, Global Wellness for All, Laleh inspires individuals to create wellness in all areas of their life including individuals with perceived disabilities, to create more and seek greater success.All the best,


Jennifer Hill asks Tracey C. Jones: “How do you survive your non dream job?” Tracey offers advice on dealing with demeaning bosses, bosses who micro-manage, as well as challenging colleagues. She focuses on becoming self-aware, and being open to new experiences.
Career & Workplace Advisor, Tracey C. Jones, M.B.A., is the author of the career advice book, “A Message To Millennials: What your parents didn’t tell you and your employer wants you to know” (April 2017).
Tracey is the President of Tremendous Leadership, a professional development firm that advises Fortune 500s, government agencies, and universities on issues of leadership, ethics, and employee engagement. Her clients include Liberty Mutual, The American Automobile Association (AAA), The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), United Way, the McCann School of Business, and others.
A Former Air Force Major and Gulf War Veteran, Tracey C. Jones spent 10 years in the corporate boardrooms of The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, where she had top-secret security clearance, Northrop Grumman, a global defense firm, and Applied Materials, a Fortune 500. She is a graduate of the New Mexico Military Institute, The Air Force Academy, and she holds an MBA in Global Management.


Jennifer Hill asks Michael Timmes about what critical skills recent college graduates should focus on in order to be hired. Michael says that it all starts with self awareness. Michael then shares that great leaders need to learn to develop empathy and compassion. Finally, he suggests creating a “mission statement” for yourself and seeing how that “mission statement” aligns with the values of the organization you are interviewing with.
Michael Timmes is a senior human resource specialist with Insperity. In his role, Michael provides strategic HR guidance and coaching to Insperity clients seeking to develop their human capital. His specialty areas include employee relations, coaching, talent acquisition, career development and performance management. Michael holds a master's degree in Human Resources Management from Rutgers University and a Certified Professional Coaching designation from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). He is also the current president of the Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources a Society for Human Resource Management.


Jennifer Hill asks Katie Bennett: “What is positive psychology & Neuroleadership?” Katie talks about different methods of coaching and how these brain-based coaching methods can help job seekers find their passion. Katie also suggests questions to ask yourself to help facilitate finding fulfillment in your career.
Katie is a Co-Founder and Certified Coach at Ama La Vida, an innovative coaching company that empowers people to achieve both fulfillment and success. Katie began her career in Investment Banking and tried a range of different roles until finally realizing that society's definition of "success" did not necessarily equate to happiness. She now specializes in helping people develop their own definition for success and empowering them to rigorously pursue it. Katie was trained by the Neuroleadership Institute and uses a brain-based coaching approach deeply rooted in neuroscience and positive psychology. She is passionate about ensuring that her clients not only develop new insights but are also equipped with the tools and strategies to implement those insights for meaningful and long-lasting change. Katie's process is structured, rigorous, measurable and heavily focused on results. When she is not coaching her own clients, Katie is building the business and training new coaches who join Ama La Vida’s quickly growing platform.


​Jennifer Hill interviews Dr. Paul White about his latest book: “The Vibrant Workplace: Overcoming the Obstacles to Building a Culture of Appreciation.” Dr. White shares the importance of appreciation in the workplace, and discusses the different languages of appreciation. He shares that the various languages of appreciation can be used to create a happier and more fulfilled team.
Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant who makes work relationships work. He has written articles for and been interviewed by Bloomberg’s Business Week, CNN/,, Fast Company,, Huffington Post LIVE, U.S. News and World Report, and Yahoo! Finance. As a speaker and trainer, Dr. White has taught around the world, including North America, Europe, South America, Asia, and the Caribbean. His expertise has been requested by Microsoft, Miller Coors, NASA, the Million Dollar Round Table, ExxonMobil, the Milken Institute, DIRECTV, the Salvation Army, Princeton University, Dartmouth College, Napa Valley Community Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Compassion International, and numerous other national organizations. 
Dr. White is the coauthor of three books including, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, written with Dr. Gary Chapman (author of the #1 NY Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages), which has sold over 250,000 copies. Based on their extensive research and expertise, Dr. White and Dr. Chapman have developed a unique way for organizations to motivate employees that leads to increased job satisfaction, higher employee performance and enhanced levels of trust. Their online assessment tool, Motivating by Appreciation Inventory, has been taken by over 110,000 employees and their Appreciation at Work training resources have been used by numerous corporations, colleges and universities, medical facilities, schools, non-profit organizations, and government agencies, and is used in over 25 countries. 
In his most recent book, The Vibrant Workplace: Overcoming the Obstacles to Building a Culture of Appreciation, (just released in April 2017), Dr. White identifies the top 10 obstacles encountered in trying to build appreciation into an organization’s culture, and how to overcome these challenges successfully. 
A highly sought-after keynote speaker and leadership trainer, Dr. White’s style.


September 2017


​Jennifer Hill interviews CEO, speaker and author, Lee Caraher. Jennifer talks to Lee about her new book “The Boomerang Principle,” and how more and more employees are returning to their prior workplaces. Lee also discusses how multi-generational offices can work more cohesively together.
Lee McEnany Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a national public relations and digital media agency, based in San Francisco, that works with beloved consumer, technology, and wine brands. Lee is a highly sought after communications expert known for her business building acumen, insights, and for her practical solutions to big problems. Lee is also an acclaimed author and speaker and a recognized expert on creating high performing, positive, intergenerational workplaces. Through her work, she shows companies how to embrace the qualities of different generations, and how to recognize the significant benefits of shifting the definition of company loyalty from a long tenure of employment to a lifetime of allegiance regardless of employment status. Lee is active in her community, and sits on the board of directors or trustees of KQED Public Media, San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral, and Menlo College. Her latest book is The Boomerang Principle: Inspire Lifetime Loyalty from Your Employees.


Jennifer Hill interviews the founder of the Vocal Awareness Institute, Arthur Joseph. Arthur shares how to “claim your voice” and choose how you want to be known. Arthur emphasizes how important the words are that we say personally and professionally, and talks about how who we are being and how we listen to others directly impacts our success in life.
Arthur Samuel Joseph M.A., is the founder and chairman of the Vocal Awareness Institute, and is acknowledged as one of the world's leading communication strategists and authorities on the power of the human voice. He is well known as a teacher/mentor who has made it his life goal to Change the World through Voice. With over five decades of teaching experience worldwide, Mr. Joseph is recognized for training world famous actors, singers, national and international political leaders, broadcasting and entertainment professionals, motivational speakers, among many other individuals. Mr. Joseph has also trained professional athletes in broadcasting and for important speeches at events such as the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony. He trains fortune 500 CEO's, and thought leaders like Tony Robbins, as well as those for whom English is a second language (ESL), including actors like Arnold Schwarzenegger. As a formal faculty member at the University of Southern California, Mr. Joseph has made guest appearances at Yale, George Washington, New York University, and many other highly recognized institutions to teach and speak about his life’s work.


Jennifer Hill asks voice & theater actor, Antony Ferguson, how he landed his dream job and what had him have sustainable success throughout his career. Antony discusses the importance of doing what you love, no matter what obstacles you might face and never giving up even when you are told “no.” Antony share that your voice is a tool, and to be great at anything, you need to work at perfecting your tool.
Antony Ferguson is a native of London, England. He is a classically trained actor and has appeared in numerous productions in London, Off Broadway and Regional theatre. Both in England and America. He is an Earphone Award winning audiobook narrator and was recommended by the "All About Romance" website, as one of the best male narrators at performing female characters. He works widely in all areas of the voice acting world. He lives in Los Angeles.


Jennifer Hill talks to Joanna Bloor about the parallels of job hunting and dating. Joanna suggests that you know your value and authentically relay it in a way that creates long-lasting and sustainable business relationships. Joanna also says that your last impression might be as important as your first impression!


People Accelerator, Futurist/Technology Nerd, Belief Agent for Brave and Curious Women, and Founder of The Amplify Lab. Joanna believes that if every decision made about you and your opportunities are made in a room you’re not in then you should have a plan. Because in your life there is no professional conversation more important. 


August 2017


Jennifer Hill interviews author and CEO of Quantum-Touch Inc., Jennifer Noel Taylor, and asks Jennifer about how someone can make money doing what they love without growing broke. Jennifer Taylor focuses on following your heart and listening to your intuition to tap into your true passion.

Jennifer Noel Taylor is an energy healing practitioner, self-help motivator, and the CEO of Quantum-Touch, Inc. She has dedicated her life work to helping people discover the healing power of their love. Jennifer graduated from Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo, CA) with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science and a Minor in Philosophy. After graduation, she started her first job as a Software Engineer at a big company in San Diego. Like so many people, she felt incredibly trapped and depressed at a job that paid the bills but didn’t align with her true passion in life. She innately knew that she had a purpose and felt keenly aware that she was not following her true calling in life.



Jennifer Hill asks CEO and author, Nicholas Wyman: What is the best way to approach having a gap in your employment history? Nicholas offers strategies for success when job hunting and also discusses how technology is shifting what jobs will be available in the next 10, 20 and 30 years.

Nicholas Wyman is a workforce development and skills expert, author, speaker, and CEO of the Institute for Workplace Skills and Innovation (IWSI Consulting). Wyman is a leader in developing skills-building, mentorship and apprenticeship programs that close the gap between education and careers around the world. IWSI Consulting works with a range of companies, governments and philanthropic organizations all across the globe, including IBM, Siemens, Nissan, Ford, and Mercedes-Benz as well as the Commonwealth of Virginia, the United Kingdom and Australia.

Wyman frequently lectures on workplace job innovations, and appears on national broadcast programs. He is a regular contributor to Forbes and Quartz, and was named LinkedIn’s #1 Education Writer of the Year. His award-winning book, Job U, is a practical guide to finding wealth and success by developing the skills companies actually need. He is actively involved in school to work programs focusing on STEM education. A third-generation writer, Wyman began his own career by learning a trade. He was named Australian Apprentice of the Year in 1988 and went on to captain Australia’s gold medal-winning Culinary Youth Team. He has an MBA and has studied at Harvard Business School and the Kennedy School of Government and was awarded a Churchill Fellowship.


Jennifer Hill asks author, Signe Whitson: “How do you handle passive aggressive people in the workplace?” Signe suggests that being direct and assertive with a passive aggressive person is the antidote to that behavior. Signe also suggests that those who are passive aggressive can start to remedy that behavior with “I messages” and that practicing those “I messages” with a partner will help to improve communicating their needs in an empowering way.
Signe Whitson is the Chief Operating Officer for the LSCI Institute. She is a certified School Social Work Specialist, author, and national educator on bullying prevention, crisis intervention, and child and adolescent emotional and behavioral health. She is the author of six books, including The Angry Smile: The New Psychology of Passive Aggressive Behavior at Home, at School, in Marriage & Close Relationships, in the Workplace and Online, co-written with Drs. Nicholas and Jody Long.


Jennifer Hill asks best-selling author, David Essel, “Does positive thinking actually lead to success?” David shares that “doing the work” and challenging yourself every day is the only way to create long-term, sustainable success. David admits that miracles do happen, but that you should not rely on them when it comes to finding lasting fulfillment and happiness.


David Essel, M. S., Is a number one best-selling author, counselor, master life coach, and international speaker whose mission is to positively affect 1 million people or more every day, regardless of their current circumstances.

Celebrity Jenny McCarthy says "David Essel is the new leader of the positive thinking movement." 

David's work is also highly endorsed by the late Wayne Dyer, chicken soup for the soul's Mark Victor Hansen, as well as many other celebrities and radio and television networks from around the United States of America.

July 2017


Jennifer Hill and Julia Dederer debunk myths around aging and discuss how to invent your next 30 years. Julia emphasizes the importance of looking at old assumptions and stereotypes and breaking those down so that you can invent what you want your life to look like. Julia offers insights on how to overcome having shame about “not having achieved what you were meant to” by a certain age.


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Julia Dederer is a Silicon Valley Executive Coach and workshop leader in personal development with more than 35 years of experience.  For 30 years she has worked with some of the foremost transformational education companies in the U.S.  She holds a BA from the University of California, Berkeley and was a faculty member with the Global Women’s Leadership Network out of Santa Clara University.  Julia is a passionate advocate for robust living from cradle to grave.  She is presently writing a book;  It’s an Open Road:  Inventing Your Next 30 Years and delivering workshops by that same name.



Jennifer Hill asks best-selling author and international speaker, Gary Douglas, “How do you handle bullies?” Gary offers tips on expanding your consciousness and asking questions rather than getting confrontational. Gary also shares a question that you can ask yourself to generate greater satisfaction and happiness in all areas of your life.

Gary Douglas is a best-selling author, international speaker and a sought-after facilitator. He is known for his intensity of awareness and his incredible capacity to facilitate people to ‘know what they know’. He chooses to embody consciousness in everything that he does which inspires others to choose to become more conscious as a result.
Gary came with an exceptional level of awareness into the Midwest middle class ‘white bread’ family and lived the ‘Leave it to Beaver’ childhood. He has a very different view on life and realized that he was so different from most of the people he knew when he was only six years old. He became aware of this difference by watching people create their lives and seeing that none of it was about the joy and the possibilities – it was always about the wrongness of everything.

Gary knew there had to be more than this reality was offering since there was nothing about it that was magical, joyful or expansive. So, he began seeking deeper awareness to life’s mysteries at an early age. Along the way he uncovered a new way forward- one that would create change in the world and in people’s lives. He discovered that magic is all around us; it’s something we create – its consciousness. He recognized that the capacity to be more aware and more conscious was every person’s gift if they were willing to choose it.

Gary has become an internationally recognized thought leader in transforming lives and creating different choices – willing to empower people to see different possibilities and to recognize what is truly possible for them. He believes that if enough people choose to be more aware and more conscious, they will start to see the possibilities of what they have available to them and change what is occurring here on planet earth.


Jennifer Hill asks leadership expert, Julie Benezet, “How can you create your career in the 21st Century?” Julie shares tips from her “The Journey of Not Knowing: How 21st Century Leaders Can Chart a Course Where There is None.” Julie emphasizes the importance of pushing through the things that cause you discomfort and not taking anything personally.

Julie Benezet has devoted her professional life to building companies, real estate and careers. She currently works as an executive consultant, coach and teacher, following 25 years in business and law. She is the founder of The Journey of Not Knowing®, a leadership development program that teaches its executives how to navigate the new. She speaks and writes extensively on leadership. Her book, The Journey of Not Knowing: How 21st Century Leaders Can Chart a Course Where There Is None, received a Gold Medal from the Independent Book Publishers Association and was a 2016 Foreword INDIES Finalist.

Julie spent four years as a member of the leadership team that brought the company from the early steep ramp up phase to its emergence as an established business. As its Vice President, Corporate Resources and Director of Global Real Estate, she is credited with leading the delivery of over 7,000,000 square feet worldwide with the supporting corporate infrastructure in just two years. Before joining, Julie built and raised capital for businesses and real estate representing a broad range of industries of diverse sizes, from Fortune 100 companies to start-ups. She practiced law in New York and Seattle.

For ten years, Julie led the “Challenges of Leadership” program for executives at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She has appeared in numerous publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Tech and The Zweig Letter. She has served on many profit and nonprofit boards including the Zell-Lurie Real Estate Center at Wharton, Sparling, Inc. (now Stantec) and the CREW Network Foundation. She holds an LLB (law) and M.Sc. (psychology) from McGill University and a B.A. from Cornell University. After many years of enjoying the intensity of urban life, she moved her base of operations in 2013 to the calmer but no less active Southern Oregon where she lives with her husband and two orange cats. When she is not working, she loves to garden, read mysteries, explore new wineries, and wander through compelling physical environments.


Jennifer Hill interviews motion capture specialist and actress, Dani Swan, about how she created her personal brand. Dani talks about the obstacles she faced coming to Hollywood from Australia and offers advice to people looking to get into the entertainment industry. Dani emphasizes to always follow your passion and find balance in whatever you pursue.

Dani Swan is an Australian-born versatile Performer and Business Woman currently based in USA.
Dani is an internationally known Dancer, Motion Capture Performer, Voice-over Artist/Actress, Accredited Pilates Practitioner and Creative Director/Producer. She is represented by leading Hollywood Agents, VOX USA and the Team from Hummingbird PR
She is Managing Director of Cyber Blue Productions LLC, Hollywood ,CA and CEO of The Swan Movement PTY. In 2016, Dani was selected to be a Board Member for the Performance Motion Capture Artists SAG-AFTRA.
Dani is the Lead Performer, Motion Capture Artist, and Producer of the upcoming Science Fiction Franchise CERULEAN, created by Concept Artist Tani Kunitake (The Matrix, Star Wars Episode 8) and Visual Effects guru Grant Boucher (Titanic, Dogma). Dani was the face of the Sydney International SyFy Festival as ‘Cerulean’ and is the model for the Comic book which will be published early 2017.
Dani is Guest Judge and Creative Director on Caribbean’s Next Top Model Season 2. Tyra Banks Global Empire.



Jennifer Hill interviews CEO, Author and Professional Trainer, Denise Dudley, about how young job seekers can go about finding their passion and landing their first professional position. Denise focuses on the importance of first impressions and shares her "7 communication components" that can make a positive impact in one's interview. 


Author of Work It! Get In, Get Noticed, Get Promoted, Denise Dudley is on a mission to help young professionals everywhere take charge of their careers and find meaningful employment in their ideal field of work. Dudley is also a professional trainer and keynote speaker, business consultant, and founder and former CEO of SkillPath Seminars, the largest public training company in the world, which provides 18,000 seminars per year, and has trained over 12 million people in the US, Canada, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Dudley speaks all over the world on a variety of topics, including management and supervision skills, leadership, assertiveness, communication, business writing, career readiness, and personal relationships. Dudley thrives on people, animals, and lively audiences!


June 2017


Jennifer Hill asks social media expert, Maria Bereket, about the recent changes that LinkedIn has made and how to best utilize those changes when job hunting. Maria emphasizes the importance of the publishing tool and shares what parts of your profile you should put an emphasis on to catch an employer’s attention.


Maria Bereket is a Social Media and Branding Consultant, LinkedIn Strategist, Internet Geek, and Incurable Problem Solver. Her work focuses on bridging the gap of the digital divide that was created when technology took over the marketplace. Her passion is working with business owners and professionals who need to learn how to use social media to grow their brands through thought leadership. She recently wrote a series of social media marketing articles for the Art World News—guiding struggling retailers on how to embrace social media as a marketing tool to attract new customers.
Maria has been marketing for over 20 years and remembers the world when the Yellow Pages ruled everything! As an early adopter of anything digital, Maria’s real strength is bringing innovation to any problem. Teaching people to embrace technology and learn how to communicate in our digital world is not only her passion but her super-power! Design Bear Marketing is her business site, but many of her thoughts, articles and insights are best found posted on her LinkedIn Profile—a site she feels is our common portal to the global business world. Send her a connection request at and start networking.



Jennifer Hill interviews NY Times best selling author, Dr. Lois Frankel. Dr. Frankel talks about some of the unique mistakes that women make in business that prevent them from being successful. Dr. Frankel also talks about mistakes people make to sabotage their careers.


Dr. Lois P. Frankel, President of Corporate Coaching International, is a bestselling author, executive coach, and an internationally-recognized expert in the field of leadership development for women. She has appeared on Larry King Live, The Tavis Smiley Show, The Today Show, CNBC, and PBS to discuss her New York Times bestselling books, Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner OfficeNice Girls Don’t Get Rich, and Nice Girls Just Don’t Get It. Her other books include See Jane Lead and Stop Sabotaging Your Career. Alex Trebek even asked the question on Jeopardy, “This is the prime piece of business real estate that nice girls don’t get.” 

Her work as a public speaker, consultant, and author has brought Dr. Frankel to countries around the globe and provided her with the privilege of serving diverse clients such as The Walt Disney Company, Amgen, The World Bank, The Indonesia Women’s Leadership Summit, Santos Energy, Miller Brewing Company, Australian Institute of Management, McKinsey & Company, Inc., Lockheed Martin, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Los Angeles County Fire Department, ARCO Indonesia, Ernst & Young, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Belgium Women’s Conference, Morgan Stanley, AlliedSignal Aerospace, BP, Warner Bros., Australia Human Resources Institute, and Northrop Grumman. She also provides pro bono consultation and workshops to nonprofit community agencies. 
Dr. Frankel earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern California and received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Phillips Graduate Institute. Although she is proud of her many accomplishments, none so much as founding two nonprofit organizations, MOSTE: Motivating Our Students through Experience and Bloom Again Foundation: Sowing Seeds of Health and Hope. Her work with women and girls was recognized through Maybelline New York’s “Empowerment through Education” award, the Los Angeles County’s Woman of the Year Award in business and industry, and a Presidential Medal from SUNY Oswego. Originally from the East Coast of the United States, she currently enjoys residing in Southern California where she has never had to put snow tires on her car or storm windows on her home.



Jennifer Hill asks retired Major General Mark Graham: “How can Veterans transition from service to civilian work?” General Graham offers resources and talks about the organization he works for He shares how the organization offers 24-hour free help to Veterans ranging from support for mental illness to landing a job.


The phone number is 855-838-8255


Major General (retired) Mark Graham is currently serving as the Senior Director, Rutgers UBHC National Call Center. Included in his duties is Director, Vets4Warriors and several other programs. MG Graham retired from the US Army on August 1, 2012 after almost thirty-five years of service. His final position was as the Director (G-3/5/7) U.S. Army Forces Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. In this position, he oversaw the plans, operations and training for Army forces (active and reserve component) stationed in the Continental United States and ensured conventional forces were prepared for worldwide deployment and combat. 
MG Graham and his wife, Carol, are tireless champions of military and civilian efforts to promote mental health and suicide-prevention awareness, and to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health care. To honor the memory of their sons, 2LT Jeff Graham who was killed by an IED in Iraq in February 2004, and their son Kevin a Senior Army ROTC cadet who died by suicide in June 2003 while studying to be an Army Doctor at the University of Kentucky, the Grahams established the Jeffrey C. and Kevin A. Graham Memorial Fund to provide the “Question, Persuade, Refer” suicide prevention program at the University of Kentucky. The Grahams were instrumental in establishing the Jeffrey and Kevin Graham Memorial Endowed Lectureship in Psychology for the study of depression and suicide prevention at Cameron University, in Lawton, Oklahoma. Additionally, they support the ongoing efforts of the Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Partnership, Colorado Springs, Colorado (El Paso County), through the "Jeffrey and Kevin Graham Support Services". The Graham’s story is featured in the award winning book, “The Invisible Front: Loss and Love in an Era of Endless War”, by Yochi Dreazen. 
MG Graham was commissioned a second lieutenant of Field Artillery in December 1977 at Murray State University. Spanning almost 35 years, MG Graham served in key command and staff positions in the United States, Germany and Korea. Past assignments include Field Artillery Battalion Command at Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Brigade Command in California as the first Active-Duty Army Colonel to command a National Guard brigade in peacetime; Commander of the Battlefield Coordination Detachment, Osan, Korea then the Executive Officer to the U.S. Forces Korea Commander; Chief of Staff and Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Army Field Artillery Center and Fort Sill; the Deputy Commanding General of 5th U.S. Army/Army North where he supported evacuation and relief operations following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita; then as the Commanding General of Fort Carson, Colorado and Division West of First US Army. 
In addition to his Bachelor’s degree in political science, MG Graham holds a Masters of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University and a Master of Science in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. He is also a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the National War College. 
MG Graham’s numerous military awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Bronze Star Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Meritorious Service Medal and the Humanitarian Service Medal.



Jennifer Hill asks “Bestseller in a Weekend” CEO, Alicia Dunams: “When is the right time to write your first book?” Alicia gives tips to employees and business owners on when and how the they can write their first book. Alicia also suggests that writing a book can be a great business tool and a wonderful way to build your brand.


Alicia Dunams is the founder and CEO of “Bestseller in a Weekend,” a live workshop that takes students from idea to author in record time; "The Book Funnel," an author services company that provides "white-glove and concierge" done-for-you book services; and “Authoring Leadership,” corporate retreats and training programs which facilitates personal and business transformation through the process of storytelling and authoring collaborative books.  Passionate about women and leadership, Alicia is the host/producer of Wealthy Girl Summit, an annual wealth-building conference for women, featuring celebrity authors and influential business leaders. Alicia has been featured as a business expert on, KTLA, Business Rockstars and The Steve Harvey Show.

May 2017


Jennifer Hill asks “The Outplacement Guy,” Pete Tzavalas: “How can you put together a great resume?” Pete offers suggestions on resume writing, networking and interviewing. Pete gives great advice on how to handle some of the hardest interview questions.
Pete Tzavalas, Sr. Vice President, Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., AKA: "The Outplacement Guy"
Pete is a strong consultant and business developer with a diverse industry background. Develops strong strategic relationships and partnership to provide effective human resources solutions. Specialties: His focus is on outplacement, leadership development, executive coaching, assessment, retention, team alignment, and mergers and acquisitions. He helps organizations execute strategy through their people for better business results.


Jennifer Hill interviews Leah Guy about her new book “The Fearless Path.” Leah discusses the importance of having a healthy foundation to build upon and distinguishes post traumatic emotional disorders that we all have which can inhibit our success in life. Leah also talks about how once we remove some of our past blockages we can open ourselves up to greater happiness and find our true passion.


Leah Guy is an intuitive transpersonal healer, spiritual teacher, professional speaker, and media personality. She offers wisdom from a lifetime of personal triumphs and more than 22 years helping clients transform their lives from fear and disconnection to heart-centered, soulful living. She is a sought-after inspirational speaker who has appeared on numerous television and radio shows on topics such as meditation, the mind-body connection, energy medicine, intuition, and addiction, as well as emotional and spiritual healing. Also known at The Modern Sage, she owns the Modern Sage Healing Center and product line, and A Girl Named Guy Productions, LLC. Leah lives in Jersey City, New Jersey. For more information, visit her online at


Guest host, Alyson Garrido, welcomes Lauren McGoodwin of Career Contessa. They discuss resources available for job seekers, how to get your resume noticed and strategies to land the right opportunity. 

Lauren McGoodwin is the Founder & CEO at Career Contessa, the leading career development platform for women. Together with a talented team, Career Contessa provides expert career advice, access to career counseling and jobs, and development tools to over one million women a year. Career Contessa is more than a jobs site— it's a one-stop resource that's helping women build successful careers.

Alyson Garrido is passionate about helping people find a job they enjoy.  As a Career Coach, she helps her clients identify their strengths and create a path toward a fulfilling career.  She provides interview preparation, salary negotiation and performance review expertise to help her clients present themselves in the best possible light for job search and career advancement.


Jennifer Hill asks author & speaker, Halley Bock: “How do you discover your passion?” Halley gives tips from her book on applying mindfulness to all areas of your life. Halley suggests that it is only when we quiet our minds that we can hear what will bring us true joy and happiness both personally and professionally.


Halley Bock is the founder and CEO of Life, Incorporated--an organization that fosters mindful connection in all areas of life as the means to experience a wholehearted, fulfilling, and joyful life. Previously, Bock spent over a decade as a shareholder and CEO of a successful training and development company, where she both worked on and studied human dynamics and relationships and their impact on business and individual success. The focus of her company was on developing the art and skill of conversation as the vehicle for creating connection with teams, employees, leaders, and individuals, as well as transforming individual and collective results. Based out of Seattle, Washington, Bock now spends her time writing, teaching, and leading her organization while also coaching executives. As a prominent thought leader, Bock has spoken to leaders and audiences across the globe on the topics of relationships, connection, culture, management, and fulfillment. She has also been relied on by substantial media outlets for her expertise. In addition, Bock serves on the boards of several nonprofits and can often be found exploring the trails with her wife and two children.
Life, Incorporated: A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living (Greenleaf Publishing, January 2017) can be purchased from Amazon and other booksellers nationwide.


Jennifer Hill talks to author, Leigh Stringer, about her new book: “The Healthy Workplace.” Leigh offers suggestions on how to create a better workspace that can promote a more peaceful environment. Leigh gives tips on how to sleep better and feel better at the end of every workday. Leigh also emphasizes the importance of nutrition and nature.
LEIGH STRINGER is Senior Workplace Expert for EYP Architecture & Engineering and is researching employee health and productivity in conjunction with the Harvard School of Public Health, the Center for Active Design, and other leading organizations. She lives in Washington, DC.

April 2017


Jennifer Hill asks author & speaker, Lisen Stromberg, “How can you effectively balance work and family?” Lisen quotes research from her new book “Work, Pause, Thrive: How to Pause for Parenthood Without Killing Your Career.” Lisen also references a wonderful new concept called “return to work internships” for people who have been out of work caring for children or family members and are looking to return to the workplace.
After a successful career in marketing and advertising, Lisen Stromberg, left the business world frustrated by the lack of support for mothers in the workplace. She pivoted to become an award winning journalist whose work can be found in the New York Times, Fortune, Newsweek, Salon, and other high profile media outlets.
Now Lisen is back to her business roots as CEO and Founder of PrismWork, a culture innovation consultancy. She and her team partner with companies, leaders, and advocates, to innovate the workplace so the next generation isn’t forced to choose between work and family. A sought after speaker and moderator, Lisen has inspired thousands with her talks on work + life integration, corporate talent innovation, disrupting the traditional career paradigm, and empowering women in the workplace. She has been seen on stage at SXSW, TEDx, The 3% Conference, and more.
Her book, Work Pause Thrive: How to Pause for Parenthood Without Killing Your Career is deeply reported with extensive social science research, cutting edge data collected from nearly
1,500 women, and through 186 first-person interviews. In it, she reveals how trailblazing women have disrupted the traditional career paradigm to achieve their personal and professional goals
and provides readers with a blueprint for how they, too, can integrate kids with their career.
Lisen lives with her family in San Francisco.


Jennifer Hill talks to CEO, Deoné Sulgatti, about her new website: Deoné explains that Tengia is a website and application that helps professional retirees find work once they have retired. Deoné explains how the platform, launching this April, will give business owners the opportunity to source experienced talent that they might not otherwise find.
Deoné Sulgatti has held various marketing positions at several leading companies, including AMI Paperless, Employment Research Institute, and The Dreslyn, Inc., where she has gained extensive experience in developing digital marketing and design, content strategy, sales, and customer service skills. She currently serves as the Director of Business Development for The Code Solution, a prestigious Los Angeles-based real estate development firm. In her current position, Mrs. Sulgatti has greatly elevated the firm’s national reputation with her skills in account management, acquisitions, feasibility, land-use planning, marketing, and sales.

Mrs. Sulgatti holds a B.S. in Technological Entrepreneurship and Management, from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.